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Strategize, design & act

 We partner with ‘nonprofits’ to accomplish their mission and collaborate with ‘for-profits’ in their journey towards active philanthropy

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Our Innovative Consulting Design

In collaborative partnerships, we realize strategic opportunities and meet environmental challenges by developing tailored, creative change programs for our clients. We help them systematically assess their existing mission and initiatives, strategic positioning, future scenarios, and current organizational capabilities. Together, we then generate a comprehensive roadmap for action and rigorously monitor and evaluate implementation to ensure change actually happens. Together, we strategize, design, and Act.

For-Profit Businesses

We collaborate with you to strategize & design a philanthropic roadmap that aligns with your socially responsible corporate culture.

Non-Profit Organizations

 We help you translate your mission and vision into a tailored and actionable strategy that is implemented against measurable outcomes.

Diversity, Equity & Inclusion

 We help you design strategies to achieve the enormous potential of DEI as sources of strategic, programmatic, and staffing advantage.

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From Our Founder

Working with Almora

The events of 2020 have shown that dynamic and informed organizational management is crucial. 

However, when faced with these challenges, nonprofits often lack effective professional advisory support. Similarly, at many for-profit corporations, achieving meaningful philanthropic impact represents uncharted territory.

Testimonial

"Almora Advisors was instrumental in helping the Watershed Institute think through new digital strategies to address our program and event challenges to deliver content virtually due to COVID-19. They have an excellent understanding of how organizations can use digital technology to its fullest potential to keep donors and the community engaged."

Jenny-Ann Kershner, Director of Development
The Watershed Institute