A cost-effective, sustainable mentoring program makes a lot of sense for non-profits. Budgets are restricted and staff need to wear a lot of hats. They need to have a range of competencies. They need to be quick and agile to take on new roles and projects. It can all be counterproductive.
Learning from one another ensures best practices, nurtures common values and strengthens the organization and the community as a whole. There’s another benefit. Gaining and retaining membership is a real challenge for non-profits.
Offering mentoring as a membership benefit builds those connections in a whole new way. MentorCity is a strategic investment that benefits everyone.