Capacity Building

The George Foundation is committed to supporting nonprofit organizations, their staff and board members with opportunities that focus on the principles, practices, and strategies involved in managing an organization effectively.  By investing in these capacity-building strategies, the nonprofit sector can become more resilient, adaptable, and better equipped to address the complex challenges it faces. This, in turn, can lead to increased effectiveness and positive social impact. 

Nonprofit Human Resource presented by HR in Alignment 

These sessions aim to prepare participants for the challenges and responsibilities associated with managing human capital in today’s dynamic and diverse workplace environments.  Topics covered include recruitment and selection, employee training and development, performance management, compensation and benefits, legal and ethical considerations, diversity and inclusion, and strategic HR planning.

2024 Session Dates

  • February 6
  • April 16
  • September 10
  • November 12 

Nonprofit Leadership Collaboration

A special program for high performing executives to collaborate with peers.  This session will be facilitated by Dr. Angela Seaworth and will have limited availability. 

Promoting capacity building in the nonprofit sector is crucial for enhancing the effectiveness, sustainability, and impact of organizations dedicated to social causes. Capacity building refers to the process of strengthening an organization’s ability to fulfill its mission and achieve its goals.

Here are some strategies to promote capacity building in the nonprofit sector:

  • Training and Skill Development
  • Strategic Planning
  • Financial Management
  • Technology and Innovation
  • Networking and Collaboration
  • Governance and Leadership Development
  • Monitoring and Evaluation
  • Advocacy and Policy Engagement
  • Inclusive and Diversity Initiatives
  • Mentorship Programs


Ammie Blahuta
Director of Special Programs
Office: (281) 342-6109  Ext 122