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CRE Publications for Nonprofits

"Program planning takes time and energy, but its benefits can be time-saving in the end. This section will take you through the program planning process step by step, offering examples and providing a list of resources to assist you."

An except from the "Getting Started" chapter of CRE's From Vision to Reality: A Guide to Launching a Successful Nonprofit

"Seems so much in New York City is driven by profit. To know that there's this wonderful resource that has a commitment to helping folks like us to improve our programs-was a wonderful surprise. I'll be your biggest advocate. I just wish everyone knew that CRE was there."

- Rev. Frank Russ, executive director, St. Matthew's & St. Timothy's Neighborhood Center, Inc.

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CRE has developed practical management manuals to help organizations, funders and individuals address important issues. Below is a list of publications and reports that are available for free online. Or check out relevant articles in our blog or our links page for more resources.
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Lessons Learned from CRE's Leadership Caucus

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More than 400 nonprofit leaders come through CRE’s door each year. In the midst of this heavy consulting workload, we engaged 67 leaders over the last three years in four Leadership Caucuses, CRE’s nine-month leadership development program. These leaders in turn had the "courage to pause" from their impossibly crowded schedules and delve into the uncharted and fuzzy universe of leadership issues. This publication summarizes some of what we've learned about leadership in the nonprofit sector.