Social Services

The Boys and Girls Clubs of Durham and Orange Counties

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The Boys and Girls Clubs of Durham and Orange Counties, North Carolina (BGCDOC/The Club) was founded in the 1930s by locally prominent citizens and has since served over 5,000 children and teenagers. The Club provides after-school and summer camps programs at zero to low cost to all members. The Club owns one location in Durham [...]

Bedford Stuyvesant Restoration Corporation

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For 50 years, Restoration has been Central Brooklyn’s anchor institution. Not only does Restoration hold the distinction of being the first community development corporation (CDC) in the country, it is the leading CDC to intentionally employ the arts to influence personal financial mobility and community vitality. Its Board of Directors recently embarked on a strategic [...]


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An international health services organization affiliated with Johns Hopkins University, Jhpiego is devoted to improving access to healthcare for women and their families throughout the developing world.  TWG was retained to assist Jhpiego with the installation of a campaign-style major gift program focused on developing private, charitable support for value-added programming, service delivery innovations and [...]

Children’s Aid


Children’s Aid, (CA) helps children in poverty to succeed and thrive by providing comprehensive supports to children and their families in targeted high-needs New York City neighborhoods. TWG was retained to create a strategic plan, which was subsequently embraced by the Board. The strategy and related funding plan called for CA to implement a transformative organizational [...]

EcoMedia, a CBS Company

For the past 15 years, EcoMedia has successfully harnessed the power of advertising and channeled it into tangible social change. Acquired by CBS in 2010, EcoMedia’s product offerings—the EducationAd, WellnessAd, EcoAd, and Viewers to Volunteers (V2V)—are built around a model that channels millions of dollars from corporate advertising budgets to nonprofit organizations across the country. [...]

The Doe Fund


The Doe Fund seeks to help homeless and formerly incarcerated individuals achieve self-sufficiency by providing affordable and supportive housing and by engaging its clients in innovative programs and business ventures. The president and board of The Doe Fund turned to TWG to guide the organization through a comprehensive board assessment and evaluation initiative. At the [...]

The Brotherhood/Sister Sol


This Harlem-based youth development organization provides long-term support services to Black and Latino youth who range in age from eight to twenty-two. The Brotherhood/Sister Sol (Bro/Sis) operates after school care and other programs with a focus on leadership development and academic achievement. TWG was asked to guide the board, the executive staff, and a range [...]

Social Impact Exchange

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The Social Impact Exchange is a nonprofit intermediary created to advance a revolutionary idea—using private equity-style strategies to scale nonprofit organizations that have an effective, evidence-based solution to a significant social problem. Working with the organization’s president and leadership team, TWG developed a business plan that called for groups of foundations and philanthropists to join [...]