The Institute for Nonprofit Innovation and Excellence (INIE) is a management support organization founded in 2014 to strengthen the capacity and impact of the nonprofit sector through advocacy, education and collaboration.

Through a focus on capacity-building, collaboration and creativity, INIE works to enhance the nonprofit sector and ensure that it continues to serve as a driving force for this region’s economy and quality of life. In addition to offering trainings and workshops for nonprofit leaders on topics such as fundraising, finance, communications, strategic planning and more, INIE works strategically to leverage resources on nonprofits’ behalf.

Seeking Applications for INIE's Next Executive Director!

Dear INIE supporters & nonprofit leaders,
 
The Board of Directors is pleased to share the position announcement for the next Executive Director of the Institute for Nonprofit Innovation and Excellence.
 
We are grateful for the leadership of Jessica Lowe-Minor, who has served as INIE’s founding director and helped it develop from an idea to an established organization. Building on this solid foundation, we are excited to find the next leader to guide INIE’s growth in service to our members and the local nonprofit sector.  
 
Please share this information with your networks. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Thank you for your continued support.
 
Sincerely, 
Alyce Lee Stansbury, CFRE
Chair, Board of Directors  

Click here to learn more!
 

2017 Economic Impact Report

To better understand the current condition and impact of the nonprofit sector in our local community, INIE commissioned a multi-part study on nonprofit organizations in Leon County and the Big Bend region. Using analyses of economic data and tax filings of Leon County nonprofits, as well as a representative survey of Big Bend area nonprofits conducted by INIE in 2015, this report examines the state of the sector, detailing the economic value and social contribution of its members.

Click here to read INIE's latest report!