In line with its long tradition of local community-based impact, Jabian Consulting announced today the creation of the Jabian Recovery Fund (jRF). Through the jRF, Jabian will be awarding three not-for-profit and three for-profit organizations a total of $300,000 in pro-bono professional services grants ($50k each) for innovative projects related to the recovery of our society from the COVID-19 pandemic. In addition to the pro-bono services, Jabian will continue to make financial and volunteerism contributions to not-for-profit organizations through its charitable foundation Jabian Cares.

Chris Reinking, Jabian co-founder, said, “Jabian’s local community-focused model has provided us so many wonderful opportunities through the history of our firm so we wanted to do something special to give back more and do our part in the recovery efforts. The Jabian Recovery Fund will help us bring much needed focus and horsepower to the projects that will fuel the recovery.”

Nigel Zelcer, Jabian co-founder, added, “Jabian is uniquely positioned to make a real immediate impact with the jRF because our consulting model blends strategic thinking with project execution to quickly assess, plan, and execute on ideas that make a difference. We call it ‘A Strategy that Works’ and we are proud to be able to offer this during such uncertain times.”

Organizations interested in receiving assistance from the Jabian Recovery Fund should visit for more information and details on how to apply. Jabian is committed to using its expertise to help organizations plan for recovery and operational success in the new economy.