Mergers, Consolidations and Subsidiaries
Mergers and subsidiaries are a way to protect your services and provide a more stable working environment for your staff. For a case study of a successful subsidiary, view this 90-minute presentation by Jeff Sanderson, Executive Director of Rivershore, Inc., which on April 2, 2014, announced an affiliation with People Inc. http://presented.us/Rivershore/
On October 22, 2015, The Employer Relations Association sponsored a seminar on Human Resources Issues Relating to Nonprofit Mergers and other Affiliations. To view this informative seminar, click here: http://presented.us/UWHR/
You can find our updated merger funding guidelines here.
Note our previous merger awards below:
Lovejoy District Neighborhood Revitalization Services merging into HomeFront
Buffalo Niagara WorldConnect merging into International Institute
"Dom Polski" merging into Lt. Col. Matt Urban Center
Buffalo Chapter of MS (Multiple Sclerosis Society) merging into Upstate Chapter (Rochester)
Merger of four Girl Scouts Councils (Buffalo, Rochester, Niagara Falls, Jamestown)
Merger of Kensington-Bailey Neighborhood Housing Services and University Heights Community Development Association
Merger of CEPHAS and HOPE of Buffalo to form PeacePrints Prison Ministries
Central Referral Service becoming a subsidiary and subsequently merging with the Olmsted Center for Sight
Literacy Volunteers of Buffalo and Erie County and Literacy Volunteers of Niagara County merging to form Literacy New York Buffalo-Niagara, Inc.
Jericho Road merging with Jericho Road Family Practice to become Jericho Road Community Health Center
Benedict House becoming a subsidiary of Evergreen Health Services.
Formal affiliation of Child and Adolescent Treatment Services and Lake Shore Behavioral Health