Technical Assistance & Support Consultants (TASC) is a woman-owned firm that assists progressive organizations with institutional development. Established in 1991, TASC has specialized expertise, broad experience, and a track record of success in the areas of: proposal development, grant research, report writing, training/coaching, website development, and other management support services. TASC’s writers have helped to raise more than $80,000,000 for education, health services, community development, and much more.
TASC is committed to advancing progressive causes by providing our clients with cost-effective services of exceptional quality. TASC can serve as a creative source of new ideas as well as tried-and-true methods. TASC is action oriented and focuses on obtaining results. Our clients depend on us to get the job done right and on time.
Why should you choose TASC?
Many large organizations regularly utilize outside specialists to help them avoid or solve problems. Smaller organizations — which are less likely to have the manpower to devote to tasks that are labor intensive or require specialized skills — can also reap great benefits from the use of consultants.
TASC can provide your organization with a fresh perspective on its development program based on more than two decades of experience with nonprofits addressing such issues as education, child development, health, poverty, housing and homelessness, community development, and foreign policy toward Africa and the Caribbean.
Our clients have discovered that:
- TASC helps nonprofits respond quickly to emerging needs without neglecting ongoing programs.
- TASC can be more cost-effective than hiring full-time staff or reassigning current personnel.
- TASC provides flexibility because there need not be a long-term obligation.
- TASC expands and enhances staff capabilities to help organizations realize their goals.
Selecting a consultant is a major organizational decision. TASC should be your first choice because we possess three essential qualities that your organization requires: experience, commitment, and integrity. Will you make this investment in your organization?