NewLevel Group

January, 2007

As for-profit and nonprofit organizations have evolved, the differences between them have narrowed. We believe that’s a good thing. Businesses are embracing social change initiatives as part of their mission, while charities are internalizing the best business practices in order to become sustainable.

Three years ago, NewLevel Group set out to work with organizations from both the public and private sectors to help them learn from each other and partner together to strengthen the community. We’d love to hear examples of successful collaboration between nonprofits and businesses in your community. Please send your stories to Lisa Toller at for possible publication in future e–newsletters.


The NewLevel Group Team

In this issue:

Is Your Organization Fit or Flabby?

If you’re making resolutions to be more strategic, communicate more effectively, and generally get your organization in better shape this year, take this 5 minute quiz to assess your current health and learn practical steps to get stronger.

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Peatman Brings Additional Marketing and Nonprofit Expertise to NewLevel Group

Bill Peatman has joined NewLevel Group as a marketing consultant to help businesses and nonprofits hone their messages and deliver them to their target audiences. He has worked for organizations in Napa, Petaluma, Silicon Valley and San Francisco, including many years at Cisco Systems where he helped manage the communications for Cisco’s corporate executive team.

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Expanded Database Indicates Significant Growth in Number of Nonprofits

NewLevel Group’s searchable nonprofit database has been expanded to include larger nonprofits located in Napa, Sonoma, Solano and Marin. Our research revealed that the number of nonprofits in Napa alone grew almost 28% in just under three years.

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