Nonprofit 411: Strategic Planning…Now? When COVID-19 entered our lives, many of us reacted with panic and uncertainty. Immediately, nonprofit organizations were faced with some big questions: How will this shift from the business-as-usual impact our clients, our employees, our donors? Will we still be able to deliver quality programs and services? How will this impact our bottom line? All of these are legitimate questions nonprofits are asking themselves, and the answers have resulted in a significant shift in the way many organizations are now operating and delivering services. More
Nonprofit 411: What Does Growth Mean for Your Nonprofit Organization?

In my role as a consultant, I work with many organizations as they consider growing…but growing can mean different things to different organizations.


Partnerships, Mergers, and Acquisitions – The New Vocabulary for Social Service Agencies – Providers’ Council


If your organization is like many social service agencies, you are witnessing a transformation from pay-for-performance to value-based reimbursement. Shifts in reimbursement models are aligned with heightened funder expectations of robust customer service, high satisfaction rates, and active stakeholder engagement. 


As seen in: Fortune & Entrepreneur magazines; Pear Associates helps nonprofits define missions and vision.


BBW Member Interview with: Alison Glastein, President, Pear Associates Boston Business Women Blog April 22, 2018


Meet Alison Glastein of Pear Associates in Wellesley
Boston Business Women Blog

June 26, 2018


Upcoming Events

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The Fundamentals of Grant Writing workshop will be on Thursday, August 13th, 2020, 9:30 -10:30 a.m.


100% of the attendees surveyed recommended this webinar for presentation of grant writing concepts!


“I am so grateful for Alison taking this opportunity to share this information. I think this was an excellent webinar and I look forward to learning more about freelance grant writing training.”

Please join Alison Glastein Gray, President, Pear Associates LLC. for the second session in our two-part summer grant writing series. During this session, Alison will cover the importance of utilizing data to strengthen your case, as well as grant writing by internal and external committees. Alison will also explain how to align your narrative with the budget, and foundation relationships in general.


Please note, all are welcome – you do not have to attend other parts of the series to be eligible to attend this one.



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