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Global Research and Consulting Group (GRC) Yale chapter

Time: August 29, 2023 at 6pm to September 29, 2023 at 7pm
Location: online
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Event Type: consulting, opportunity
Organized By: Way Lee
Latest Activity: Sep 11, 2023

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GRC provides pro-bono consulting services to nonprofits and NGOs and has completed over 150 projects with a variety of organizations such as UNESCO, Teach for America, World Wildlife Fund, and many more. As for the types of projects we can help with, we’ve done everything from strategic advisory on expansion, recruitment, and marketing to tech solutions to producing detailed landscape analyses. While these are some of our more commonly requested project types, we are willing to work with you to create a project that fully addresses your organization's current needs. Some of our recently completed projects this past cycle include media strategy, data analytics projects for donor retention and acquisition, and audience engagement strategies, to name a few. If you would like to see examples of past deliverables or hear from past clients about their experiences, we would be happy to provide you with those materials.   

I would be happy to provide additional information or set up a time to chat if you are interested in working with us. After the initial meeting, we would send a short form with deliverables you would like from us, and our team of consultants will work with you to develop timelines for the project(s).


Please also feel free to share this email with anybody else in the organization who might have a project in mind.  feel free to contact me at this email for more information or exemplary material from past client work, Way Lee at

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