In 2013 Corral Consulting worked with the National Council of La Raza (NCLR) to develop and implement a workshop on fundraising and evaluation for their California nonprofit affiliate network. Taking place over February and March, the all-day training sessions were held in Northern and Southern California. The first half of the day was spent laying down the basics of grant writing, while the afternoon was dedicated to strategic planning and evaluation.
Founded in 1968, the NCLR is the largest national Hispanic civil rights and advocacy organization in the United States. The group works to improve opportunities for Hispanic Americans, particularly around education, health, and civic engagement, through its network of nearly 300 affiliated community-based organizations throughout the country.
Corral Consulting’s CEO and Principal Consultant Richard Corral sees working with NCLR as a great opportunity, “Partnering with NCLR and its nonprofit affiliate network to address key issues facing CA’s Latino communities is a significant milestone for our firm.” He continues, “As a leading advocate for the Latino community both nationally and locally, it was an honor to assist NCLR to improve nonprofit’s efforts to fundraise and evaluate their work.”
To learn more about NCLR, please call (202) 785-1670.