full service management

We keep your organization running smoothly and effectively.  

What does full service management mean for your organization?

Full service association management means that we are the staff of your organization, from Executive Director down to member services and accounting.

-We run the board meetings and board orientations.

-We help you create a strategic plan and then make sure goals are met, milestones achieved, and data is tracked. 

-We manage your website.  We manage your databases.

-We handle all your accounting, budget and financial projections.

-We run your events and manage hotel contracts, registration, vendor relations, marketing, speaker management, onsite operations, and more.  

-We create membership development plans. We handle membership onboarding, renewals, retention, and communication.

Why does this matter for your organization? Because we make sure your organization runs smoothly and effectively so you can focus on what matters – being an effective board member, leader or volunteer.  You worry about the vision and let us worry about operations. 


what our clients are saying


The Solution really was the solution to our growing pains. As a non-profit organization we are always struggling to raise funds and keep our administrative costs down so that we can utilize our dollars primarily for services. Hiring staff is expensive. Our service agreement with The Solution allows us to leverage our dollars in the most productive way.

We are afforded a variety of services at less than the cost of one full-time employee – and it is unlikely that we would’ve been able to find one person with all the skillsets we need.

In our case, The Solution provides bookkeeping services, manages class registrations, maintains databases, sends and compiles post-workshop reviews, maintains our website, provides social media services, creates marketing materials, and manages fundraising events.  All without a glitch. 

This team is professional, supportive, and very talented.  I highly recommend them and feel they’d be an asset to any non-profit organization.”

– Jefferson County Business Education Alliance