Skip directly to content


Thank you for your interest in CCT. The deadline for application submission has passed.

CCT Client Brochure

Watch this short video of clients speaking about the impact of their CCT projects. 

Our Clients

Midsize nonprofits, often at a stage of re-focusing or new growth, face one or more challenging business issues, and can often benefit from pro bono business consulting services. By working with a CCT project team, nonprofits can increase their capacity to address the causes they serve and improve sustainability.

Benefits of working with a CCT Consulting Team…

  • Bring a new set of skills and experiences into the organization
  • Ensure objectivity in surveying key stakeholders and assessing competition
  • Build credibility internally and externally for implementing new business strategies, improving organizational structure and increasing capabilities

Learn More:

Clients are saying…

Learn about our inspiring clients and how CCT teams work with nonprofits to address strategic or management challenges.

CCT Exceeded my expectations! The team didn’t look at the project in isolation. They looked at the organization as a whole, making suggestions in the areas of board structure, development, and operations.

Sharon Martens, Executive Director, Household Goods


The framework was very valuable. Even before the team had presented it, we had started using it. The framework won’t make the decision. It’s a tool, not an algorithm. A great strength of the project was the process, which is powerful.

Nate Stell, Manager of Strategic Growth, The Possible Project

Possible Project Team                                              

As YES increases its capacity to serve more youth with in-depth youth development programs, it is necessary to ensure that our programs are reaching all youth in need throughout the city of Boston. CCT has provided YES with the information, support, and recommendations that has allowed YES to create a comprehensive outreach and marketing plan that will reach all potential youth in all neighborhoods.

Bryan Van Dorpe, Executive Director, Youth Enrichment Services