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"JMT's commitment to nonprofits helps Green Chimneys because all the programs that JMT offers are nonprofit oriented. They have our goals in mind."
—Macmillian Chatham, Green Chimneys
"We find all the staff at JMT absolutely wonderful. They're helpful, informative, supportive, and always available. They understand the kind of climate that nonprofits operate in and the unique challenges they face."
—Yvette Rivera, Accounts Payable, East of Hudson Watershed Corporation
"I believe that JMT's work specifically with nonprofits is extremely beneficial for the simple reason that as nonprofits we deal with our own set of problems and JMT brings a tremendous resource for best practices and a network connection."
—Heidi Happy, Anna Marie College
"We have really found that JMT is a true partner. The knowledge of nonprofit organizations and the questions they asked were really important." They helped us to develop the structure to get us where we wanted to go."
—Christine Dimalo, Upper Hudson Planned Parenthood
"It's a great benefit that JMT only works with nonprofits because nonprofits and for-profit companies are totally different. Identifying the needs of a nonprofit and solely focusing on that is exactly what you would want in a consulting group."
—Anthony Herrera, Financial Systems Manager, Education Alliance
"I would wholeheartedly recommend JMT to any nonprofit organization looking for assistance. They are very dedicated and are very knowledgeable."
—Thomas Galicia, Bideawee
"It was helpful that JMT only works with and understands the needs of a nonprofit. They were able to advise us on how to pull different reports for our 990 and for the board"
—Brad Hermes, CFO, Communication Service for the Deaf
"I almost feel like [JMT] is family. [JMT] gets to know their client and their mission and ultimately, that translates into assisting and helping us to do what we need to do."
—Matt Kerner, Doctors Without Borders