Technology Providers

We're focused on non-profit capability building—because every day is a disaster for persons below the poverty line and the non-profits that support them.

We need your help to provide these services—get involved.

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Benefits of the marketplace

  • Nonprofits must distribute food, medical equipment and supplies, clothing, shelter, and general wellness products, which require adept distribution capabilities. The Supply Chain Project focuses exclusively on enabling nonprofits to close the gap and leverage similar solutions that successful for-profit enterprises enjoy.
Providing industry expertise
  • With years of experience in the supply chain industry, you have a wealth of knowledge to share. By joining The Supply Chain Project, you can provide industry expertise to our community and help others navigate the complexities of the industry. Whether it's providing insights on regulations and compliance, or sharing best practices for supply chain management, your expertise can be a valuable resource for our members.
  • As a technology provider on The Supply Chain Project, you will have the opportunity to become a mentor and share your knowledge with others in the community. We believe in the power of mentorship to help others succeed, and we want to provide a platform for you to do just that. By offering your guidance and expertise, you can help others overcome challenges and grow their operations.
Specialized Training
  • Technology is constantly evolving, and it can be challenging for non-profits to keep up. By joining The Supply Chain Project, you can provide specialized training to help our community stay ahead of the curve. Whether it's teaching a new software application or providing insights on the latest industry trends, your expertise can be a valuable asset to our members.
  • As a technology provider, you have a unique perspective on the challenges facing the supply chain industry. By offering consulting services on The Supply Chain Project, you can help non-profits and service providers overcome their biggest obstacles. You can work with our members to develop customized solutions that meet their specific needs, and provide ongoing support to ensure their success.
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The Supply Chain Project Marketplace

Discover a whole new approach to problem-solving for non-profits that can benefit from industry professionals, service providers and distribution software providers.

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Introducing The Supply Chain Project


Consultants bring a wealth of knowledge and experience to the table and help non-profits to identify opportunities for growth and improvement.

Logistics Providers

Logistics providers are focused on streamlining distribution, allowing you to focus on your mission and vision. Increase operational efficiency, reduce costs, and ultimately make a bigger impact in your community.

Software providers

Software providers are focused on providing you with the tools you need to effectively manage and track your operations, allowing you to focus on achieving your goals.

Industry Professionals

Industry professionals bring a wealth of knowledge and experience to the table, and their focus is on providing expert guidance and support to help non-profits achieve their goals.

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    Our focus is to take the best from the for-profit supply chain world and marry it with the best of the nonprofit arena to create solutions that evens the playing field for Nonprofits. Today no NGO is too small or too big to benefit from an improved supply chain.

    Steve Robinson
    CEO and Founder
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    Improving and streamlining supply chain activities is critical to non-profit organizations. Simplifying work, streamlining operations, and professionalizing services allow non-profits to spend more of their scarce resources on their mission.

    Carol Wylie
    Co-Founder and COO
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    The TSCP team partnered with one of its portfolio companies Kountable, and found a local distributor in Rwanda. The Supply Chain Project brought together its network of global experts and logistics partners to to deliver over 9 million malaria test kits to Rwanda.

    Christopher Hale
    CEO and Founder Kountable


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