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Offering the CCAT to Your Grantees

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Offering the CCAT to Your Grantees

Strengthen and support your nonprofit partners. Through TCC’s guidance, we have been able to demonstrate to our Board that our nonprofits are working better, smarter; they’re asking the right questions and finding their own solutions… We’ve also proven to nonprofits through TCC’s structure that we will help them to design a program that works for … Continued

CCAT Facilitator Certification Program

Want to add expert interpretation of TCC Group’s CCAT to your consulting toolkit? TCC Group has trained hundreds of nonprofit consultants around the world in using the CCAT to lead change in organizations. Certified CCAT Facilitators provide expert guidance to nonprofit leaders to translate assessment results into meaningful organizational improvement. Fall 2022 Program: Session 1: … Continued

How Does the CCAT Work?

Built on decades of experience and research in capacity building, the Core Capacity Assessment Tool (CCAT) measures a nonprofit’s effectiveness in four key ways.

Behind the Scenes of Our Brand Refresh

Why the Brand Refresh? We want our current and future clients and partners to have a clear understanding of the firm’s distinct strengths. After many years of growth, we knew that TCC’s great work, substantive experience, and firm character could be better communicated. What is Changing with TCC’s Work? Building on our longstanding reputation as … Continued

What makes the CCAT unique?

The CCAT is a unique type of capacity assessment tool that forms an integral part of the capacity building services offered by TCC Group. Our core capacity assessment model was developed over decades of research and evaluation of capacity building initiatives in the non-profit sector. In addition to your organization’s capacity scores, the CCAT determines … Continued

What is a CCAT Interpretation Session?

Assessment with interpretation is essential to action and real change. Once your nonprofit has assessed its capacity, how can your leadership move from assessment to action? At TCC Group, we believe that data alone does not help a nonprofit build its capacity. The CCAT’s strength is amplified by an interpretation session, where a neutral third-party … Continued

Purchasing the <i>CCAT</i><sup>®</sup>

Individual nonprofits, funders, and management support organizations can purchase CCAT surveys and interpretation sessions for up to 9 organizations online. If you are interested in purchasing the CCAT for 10 or more organizations, or if you would like to discuss creating a tailored program of capacity building services for your organization, please email our Help … Continued

Find a Certified CCAT Facilitator in Your Area

Certified Facilitators by Location United States     Canada      Australia UNITED STATES West Coast California Coachman-Moore and Associates Valerie Coachman-Moore, valeriecm@coachmanmoore.com Jim Rhyne, jimr@coachmanmoore.com   Inland Empire Community Collaborative Megan Meadors, Megmeadors@hotmail.com Susan Gomez, sgomez.iecc@gmail.com David McCoy, david@acomingofage.org Nancy Stingley, nancy.stingley@gmail.com   Social Entrepreneurs, Inc. Kelly Marschall, Kmarschall@socialent.com Lisa Watson, Lwatson@socialent.com   United Way … Continued

Diversity, Equity & Inclusion

TCC Group values diversity of all types including but not limited to diversity of age, ethnic background, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status (current and of origin), race, and religion. We also value diversity in outlook and career experience. We do so because we believe that individuals should be valued for who they are … Continued

A Statement of Values to Guide Philanthropic Collaboration

For the past two years, a number of the leading organizations supporting and facilitating nonprofit and philanthropic collaborations have been coming together to share experiences and perspectives. Called the Collaboration Champions, this group has collectively published dozens of papers on the topic and worked with hundreds of different collaborations. Through work together, the Collaborative Champions realized that there are some ethical principles, or values, held common in the approach to building and supporting successful collaborations. They articulate those principles here.