Health & Human Services Articles
Posted by Sarah Hopkins on April 01, 2022
Nonprofit organizations have been navigating change in almost every aspect of their operations over the past two years, including shifting priorities, a new employment landscape, and changes in fundraising and hosting programs and events. As organizations continue to reimagine what their futures will look like, donor engagement strategies should be reevaluated and refined to ensure they keep up with these other changes. Consider the following steps to support strong donor engagement.
Posted by Elizabeth LaLonde on January 10, 2022
Charitable giving is picking up and there are other signs that suggest 2022 will be less challenging for nonprofits. But to help ensure your nonprofit can overcome obstacles, consider taking these three financial steps.
Posted by Amina Diallo on January 06, 2022
Social media mistakes and attacks that go viral can have lasting repercussions for your nonprofit. To reduce the risk to your reputation, communicate usage rules to stakeholders and make an emergency response plan.
Posted by Jenna Sheehan on December 28, 2021
It’s easy to see why small charitable projects seek fiscal sponsorships, but your established nonprofit may also benefit from sponsoring a group. Learn more about fiscal sponsorships.
Posted by Robert Torella on December 16, 2021
Even if this isn’t your nonprofit’s budget season, you may want to start thinking about changing your budgeting process. A couple of strategies can make you more resilient in these uncertain times.
Posted by Jill Johnson on December 13, 2021
Manager involvement is essential to helping prevent credit card abuse. If you allow staffers to use your nonprofit’s card, make sure they understand how they’re authorized to use it. To craft a card use policy, read on.
Posted by Megan Morris-Smith on November 29, 2021
The sun has set on the valuable Employee Retention Credit. Here’s what happened.