With the FY16-19 plan, the agency achieved exciting milestones and outcomes. With collaborating partners, NSC established the Fund for Immigrant Justice–affording pro-bono legal services with immigrant who face financial barriers in the Greater Philadelphia. NSC also expanded its service offerings to clients, providing pro-bono health and mental-health services onsite. Notably, NSC also grew its philanthropic revenue by 150% over the plan’s tenure, enabling the agency to continue supporting clients and survive amidst nationwide closures of immigration and resettlement agencies.
The FY20-22 strategic planning process began in January 2019, with a focus on expanding the agency’s capacity to meet growing client demands and improve agency resiliency during a period of troubling changes to immigration and refugee policy and growing xenophobia. The planning process engaged 209 stakeholders, 113 of whom are clients engaged through a combination of workshops and surveys.
The FY20-22 strategic plan includes a revisied mission and vision for the agency, as well as 8 strategic priorities and a new grounding philosphy. To read the new NSC FY20-22 Strategic Plan, please click the button below: