Service: Training

Trina Olson of PFund talking to people.

PFund Foundation

"Propel Nonprofits is the biggest cheerleader to our success – a member of our team who wants us to do well."

Trina Olson, Executive Director
PFund Foundation

Training

Gallery space at MacRostie Art Center.

MacRostie Art Center

"Propel Nonprofits is a great resource for us. We are fortunate that Blandin is supporting this, so I take advantage of it whenever I can."

Katie Marshall, Executive Director
MacRostie Art Center

Training

A couple holding a little boy.

Domestic Abuse Project

"Propel Nonprofits is a critical resource in the community to help with the financial difficulties that many nonprofits face from time to time."

Sarah Clyne, Executive Director
Domestic Abuse Project

Lending

Training

Minnesota Chorale singing, all dressed in black with songbooks open.

Minnesota Chorale

"The people there are a delight to work with. They're responsive, personable, extremely knowledgeable about their subject, and they understand where you're coming from because of their own experiences."

Bob Peskin, Executive Director
Minnesota Chorale

Lending

Training

Four young Muslim women at a table.

Nexus Community Partners

"Propel Nonprofits can help you prevent crises for your organization—not just help you through them. I think more people need to understand that! My advice to any organization would be—don't wait. Be proactive and reach out to Propel Nonprofits."

Theresa Gardella, Director of Strategic Development
Nexus Community Partners

Lending

Training

Women digging up dirt for planting project.

Gilda’s Club Twin Cities

"What’s been so great about working with Propel Nonprofits is that they understand nonprofits—whether it’s cash flow, donor behavior, philanthropic giving—and the importance of our mission. If it were not for their support during a critical time for our organization, we would not have been able to open our doors as soon as we did."

Michelle Silverman, CEO
Gilda's Club Twin Cities

Lending

Training

Two little boys with a man at The Works Museum

The Works Museum

"Janet and Propel Nonprofits have just been fundamental in giving The Works the opportunity to financially stabilize our organization. Not only because they can help us with funding, but in their understanding of how nonprofits work and their willingness to invest in us when so many other financial institutions would say ‘no way.’"

Jill Measells, Chief Executive Officer
The Works Museum

Lending

Training

Sign for the Cedar Cultural Center

The Cedar Cultural Center

"Without Propel Nonprofits' partnership, we probably would've had to invest in finance consultants to get us where we needed to be. These deeper relationships are highly valuable and really significant for local nonprofits."

Rob Simonds, Executive Director
The Cedar Cultural Center

Training