Resilia Launches Nonprofit Platform to Address ‘Philanthropy Deserts’

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NEW ORLEANS — New Orleans-based software startup Resilia has officially launched its nonprofit platform to “make historically inaccessible and expensive capacity-building support available to nonprofits, on-demand and in a cost-effective manner.”

The company says the platform offers a systematic way for organizations to expand their internal capacity through a combination of educational training resources, customizable templates and resources, performance tracking, and ongoing access to nonprofit coaches.

“Most people don’t realize that the nonprofit sector is the third-largest workforce in the U.S., and accounts for 10% of all American jobs,” says Sevetri Wilson, founder and CEO of Resilia. “What’s more, the majority of nonprofits – over 65% – have operating budgets of under $1 million and struggle to access resources and technology. These nonprofits exist in philanthropy deserts; they are chronically under-resourced and have difficulty reaching grantmakers or philanthropists.” 

For more information visit resilia.com.

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