Posted by Elizabeth Krause on September 22, 2022
We are all guilty of working on autopilot, especially for annual projects like budgets. Take a closer look at your budget for 2023, perhaps these ideas will give your organization a way to rethink the process.
Posted by Jill Johnson on August 31, 2022
Requiring staffers to read and sign a code of ethics enables you to share and promote your nonprofit’s values. As a bonus, these codes are associated with reduced occupational fraud losses.
Posted by Elizabeth Krause on August 11, 2022
The audience for your nonprofit’s annual report is probably bigger than you think. So instead of dreading the task of writing it, embrace the opportunity to communicate your mission, share your values and sell your programs.
Posted by Christine Proulx Grzyb on July 18, 2022
The youngest generation of adults, Generation Z, is your nonprofit’s future in terms of donations, volunteering, and leadership, so it’s important to gain the attention and support of these digital natives.
Posted by Amina Diallo on June 27, 2022
No nonprofit wants to have to lay off employees due to budget restrictions. Before you cut your staff, read our suggestions for reducing other expenses across your organization.
Posted by Robert Torella on April 06, 2022
Does your nonprofit rely on contractors to get the work done? Make sure these workers are classified accurately or you may face federal scrutiny and financial penalties.