It’s not an exaggeration to say that a nonprofit’s annual fund is the lifeblood of the organization. Whether a nonprofit needs to cover operational costs or give a much-needed boost to a specific campaign, the annual fund is there to help.
While the 2017 tax law benefits corporations and individuals, it affects charitable contributions. Nonprofit organizations may be the biggest losers under the new law.
As all smart nonprofits know, it’s not enough to rely on one-time donations to sustain your organization.
Nonprofit crowdfunding is a rising trend for organizations looking to boost their online fundraising initiatives. And this trend is here to stay!
Nonprofit sustainability is not just about securing funding but more about long term goals for your programs and fulfilling your mission.
You’ve got big goals for your nonprofit’s future. But you have a few questions and roadblocks in your way.
Whether your nonprofit accounting data is managed by IT, accountants, bookkeepers, or volunteers, there are several really important things you can do to keep your data safe and secure.
It’s not always easy keeping up with tight timelines, budgets, and the ever changing climate of constituents and community. Finding ways to increase your organization’s funding can often be challenging.
Research shows that too often nonprofit board members lack the skill set, depth of knowledge, and engagement required to help their organizations succeed.
With the increase of technology and the use of internet everywhere, nonprofit email marketing has become an effective and creative way to reach your target non-profit supporters.