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(For Organizations) Using Our Quick-Start Assessment
(For Organizations) Using Our Quick-Start Assessment

Receive personalized project recommendations to discover your needs.

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Written by Lauren
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Looking for quick advice on how Catchafire can help your Organization's needs? Complete our Quick-Start Assessment and receive personalized recommendations on how you can utilize our menu of over 150 projects.


Accessing the Needs Assessment

On your Dashboard, you'll see this "Get recommendations" button, which will take you to the Needs Assessment!

Once you click on "Get Started", you'll be asked to choose your organization's top 3 priorities.

You'll also be asked about important tasks that have fallen to the bottom of your to-do list.

And, key initiatives you hope to tackle!

You'll then receive your recommendations! πŸŽ‰ Recommendations will include 1-hour calls, short term projects, and bundles.

Why complete the assessment?

We'll help you identify projects to support your...

  • Key skills that your staff is missing (or that you just want to learn!)

  • Recurring initiatives that always need to get done...and then done again.

  • Priority needs that are critical to your organization's success.

  • Foundational initiatives to set up or refresh your Organization.

Our project recommendations will be based on your project management availability - which could range anywhere from less than 1 hour to more than 3 hours per week.


Save Your Results

You can save these recommendations to your wish list and access them again within our Project Menu.


Need more guidance?

Have a general idea of projects or tasks you've always wanted to get done but haven't had the time or resources to start? Just reach out to us using the chat bubble at the bottom-right of your screen, or email us at help@catchafire.org) and one of our Nonprofit Advisors will follow up with even more personalized recommendations.


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