• GO/office Contributor

Pennsylvania Humanities Council

Updated: Apr 22, 2019

Hope for the best, prepare for the worst. Learn about how we were able to bounce back from minor hiccups and meet the needs of a nonprofit organization.

GO/office and PA Humanities

GO/office loves to work with clients in all fields and we greatly appreciate the special work done by non-profit organizations. Recently, we had the pleasure of working with the Pennsylvania Humanities Council, a non-profit organization located in the city. As always, GO/office brought our many years of experience to mitigate any unforeseen issues and offer creative solutions to all aspects of the moving process.

The Pennsylvania Humanities Council is an independent partner of the larger National Endowment for the Humanities. The PA Humanities Council creates programs and sponsors grants with the goal of strengthening the community through engagement with the Humanities.

About the Move

Nonprofits and corporate organizations have different workplace cultures and it is important to adapt and recognize the differences. People who work for nonprofits are often used to doing anything and everything contrary to a typical corporate structure with defined roles. As an additional partner, GO/office was able to take on the responsibility of managing the move and its logistics so that normal business operations were not disturbed.

Additionally, GO/office was able to support PA Humanities with their acquisition of furniture. GO/office brokered a deal with another client to transfer their furniture to PA Humanities. The client was able to get rid of furniture before their upcoming move and PA Humanities acquired many quality pieces. Both clients were able to benefit and save money by acting on this deal. PA Humanity also received furniture from the Bourse Building, an opportunity they would not have found working with a different company. GO/office has the industry knowledge on how to orchestrate a smooth move on a budget.

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