About SNAP

There are many common challenges and issues that nonprofit organizations face every day, regardless of the mission of the nonprofit organization. Strategic Nonprofit Alliance Partnership, Inc., (SNAP) was created in response to the need to address these common questions and challenges through regular training and other resources.

Overview

SNAP helps nonprofit organizations manage and govern more effectively by offering information, resources, and training to nonprofit executives, staff, and board members regularly in Florida and Georgia. SNAP also provides an open forum to share ideas, learn from others, and to build relationships. Meetings offer top-quality speakers who address important topics at no cost to the participants.

Educational training seminars are held bi-monthly in all regions and may be accessed via the Regional Information link. Training sessions present relevant information on such topics as insurance, fundraising, employment law, employee benefits, grant-writing, and financial management as well as other pertinent topics.

Membership in SNAP is free and open to all nonprofit organizations. Membership provides the opportunity to get and stay ahead in a competitive environment. Benefits for membership include the training sessions, quarterly newsletter, networking opportunities, links to members’ web pages, and other valuable resources.

It is our firm belief that helping strengthen our nonprofit organizations helps to strengthen our community.

SNAP History

James-Moore-LogoSNAP was formed in 2002 in Tallahassee, Florida, as a partnership with the United Partners for Human Services, Inc., other Big Bend area nonprofit organizations and James Moore & Co., P.L.,.

uphs_logoBecause of the success of the program in Tallahassee, James Moore & Co., P.L., working closely with the local United Way, began offering similar educational training seminars in Gainesville (North Central Florida) and Daytona Beach (Volusia/Flagler Counties) in 2005. In partnership with the Thomasville Community Resource Center in 2008, SNAP trainings are now also offered in Thomasville and South Georgia.

Our Mission

SNAP’s mission is to provide resources and training that addresses the challenges and issues faced by nonprofit organizations. We believe by strengthening the nonprofit organizations we build stronger communities.