Supporting Today’s Nonprofit Leaders

We are all looking for hope.

This is a difficult, unprecedented time that requires bold, innovative ideas and action. It demands an urgent infusion of wisdom, coalition-building, heart, and fearlessness. We cannot – and will not – let nonprofit leaders face this moment and these challenges alone.

The threats from the global pandemic are disproportionately affecting the most marginalized among us, as well as the effectiveness and existence of the vital organizations which must continue to offer lifelines, solutions, and optimism.

We are calling upon our partners and the philanthropic community to join us in ensuring that we can rapidly adapt our curriculum, grant access to much-needed resources, and, buoyed by your generous commitments and support, begin sewing threads of hope back into the fabric of the nonprofit sector.

We are immensely grateful to all of the donors who gave to The Tomorrow Fund, allowing us to waive tuition for every student in the class of 2021.

The following donors contributed $5,000 and above to this effort.

Anonymous (2)

Cambridge Trust

Judy and Kim Davis

First Republic Bank

Fish Family Foundation

Harbor One Bank

Harvard Pilgrim Health Care Foundation

Leon Lowenstein Foundation

Mabel Louise Riley Foundation

Macquarie Group

Martha’s Vineyard Nonprofit Collaborative

New England Patriots

Nonprofit Leadership Fund of Cape Cod

Santander Bank, N.A.

State Street Bank

Mark and Etta Rosen

Susan and John Simon

The Boston Foundation

The Peter and Elizabeth C. Tower Foundation

Wellington Management Foundation

Major Donors

Anonymous
INP has been a rewarding experience that has allowed me to navigate the complexities of working in the nonprofit sector. I have developed the tools I need to execute excellence in leadership. I leave the INP program with clarity, confidence, and a long-lasting network of colleagues that I can always count on.
Katherine Martinez, Lena Park CDC
With INP, I’ve gained an enormous support system, lifelong friendships, and a bank of human knowledge and experience I can openly access. I’m excited to use the knowledge and skills I’ve gained from INP to deepen my organization’s impact in my community.
Carlon Howard, Equity Institute
Graduating more than a decade ago from INP, the hard skills and networks I built during my time continue to help me move my organization's mission forward. As we navigate the challenges of leading organizations during a global health pandemic while fighting for racially just society, I have a network of peers to engage with, support, and learn from.
Melissa Luna, GreenLight Fund

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