SeaChange is the champion for nonprofits facing complex challenges and the partner of choice for funders seeking to help.Contact Us
Nonprofits are critical, yet the deck is stacked against them—they’re under-resourced and have inadequate outside support. We use our experience, financial resources and connections to help nonprofits navigate complex challenges. We create new ways for funders to support them. Together with our nonprofit and funder partners, we relentlessly fight for a healthier and more just society.Learn more >
SeaChange uses a variety of tools to help nonprofits address complex challenges. These include grants, loans, consulting, referrals, and the insights we’ve gained doing the work.
SeaChange makes seed, exploratory, and implementation grants to support the exploration or implementation of mergers, joint-ventures, programmatic alliances and other types of formal, long-term and sustainable collaborations between nonprofits.
SeaChange makes flexible, high-impact loans to support the real estate, working capital and expansion capital needs of nonprofits working in New York City.
Our consulting work includes financial analysis, fund design, facilitation, and assisting with spin-outs, divestments, organizational restructurings (including bankruptcy) and dissolutions. While some of this comes in the form of formal, low-bono projects, more often it involves just a call or a meeting.
New York City Charter School for the Arts
SeaChange made a $196,500 loan to allow New York City Charter School of the Arts to move to a new location downtown.
CitiWide Harm Reduction – Bronx AIDS Services
SeaChange conducted an exploration and implementation grant to support the merger between CitiWide Harm Reduction and Bronx AIDS Services to create Boom!Health.
SeaChange conducted financial modeling and strategy assessment to support College Possible's planning for sustainable, long-term growth.
Considerable resources exist to help nonprofits achieve their ambitions. We’ve tried to collect the ones that seem most relevant to the areas where SeaChange is active.VIEW RESOURCES
September 26, 2019
Is Giving by the Wealthy a Good Thing?
On September 19th SeaChange hosted our Third Annual “Great Debate” on the question: “Is Giving by the Wealthy A Good Thing?” The discussion between Rob Reich and Phil Buchanan was very engaging and even included some fireworks between our two wonderful debaters.+ keep reading See More News