“Companis is a fabulous partner and the staff is incredibly responsive to our needs. They do a great job of being able to find the match who would be a good fit for your organization.”
— Monisha Harrell, Chair of Equal Rights Washington
Why Partner with Companis
Your work is essential. It’s gratifying, and it’s tough, too.
Some days the workload feels heavy. We’re here to help lighten the load.
You’re not alone!
At Companis, we can connect you with the expertise and talent you need to power your mission. Our volunteers come from all walks of life, and they all have something in common: they want to use their skills to serve our community and give back.
We custom-tailor every placement by taking the time to get to know our nonprofit partners and our volunteers personally, because our work is rooted in genuine relationships, not making widgets. Some volunteers need a stipend for their time, and some don’t. Some nonprofits need ongoing support for a particular role, and some need a volunteer to lead a specific project. We listen to your needs, and connect the right resources.
We genuinely view our nonprofit partners as partners – so when you need a sounding board for your current challenge, or a trusted thought partner when a new opportunity comes up, we can help you strategize from a new perspective.
We’re with you for the long-haul so you can do the work that our community needs most.
How We Can Help:
Program Delivery & Assistance
Development & Fundraising
Marketing and Communications
Strategy & Consultation
Our Service Areas:
Homelessness and Prevention
Access to Healthcare
Immigrants and Refugee Services
LGBTQ Advocacy and Civil Rights
Want to learn more? View the list of our nonprofit partners.
We would love to get to know you and your mission.
COMPANIS PLACEMENTS MAKE A DIFFERENCE
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