Compliance for North Carolina Nonprofits
Meeting all the regulatory requirements in North Carolina and nationwide is an achievable goal, and one that benefits your organization, the nonprofit sector, and the public. By understanding state and federal requirements, you can maximize your return on investment in compliance and demonstrate your organization’s worth in the community.
Implementing the New Financial Reporting Standards
Moss Adams' Melissa Harman and Elizabeth Dollar offer insights to help your organization address the new financial reporting requirements.
Identifying and Overcoming Common Nonprofit Challenges
The BDO Institute for Nonprofit Excellence’s 2018 benchmarking survey, Nonprofit Standards, shows upper-midrange nonprofits face greater challenges than peers. Laurie De Armond and Adam Cole share key findings from the report.
How to Quickly Mobilize a Fundraiser Following a Tragedy
When tragedies strike, communities often come together to grieve and to lend support. Fundraisers can play an important role in mobilizing communities and raising funds for those in need.
On the Road to a Livable Wage
Within the sector we can become so focused on serving our various communities that we forget the people passionate about the mission also need to be able to afford access to affordable health benefits, basic necessities, and stable housing for their families.
8.13.18 US News
Helen’s Hope Chest received a $10,000 grant from the Mesa HoHoKams, Daryl Newell was named President of Seaway, Good Grief will kick off the 12th season of Nights of Support this September, and more.
Want a Younger Donor Base? Millennials Say Start with Your Website
Millennials are growing up in a digital world, and, if you want to reach them, nonprofit organizations need to be accessible. With diminishing attention span and increasing reliance on online media, it’s vital that websites are in the best possible shape if worthy causes want to capture millennial eyes and hearts.
8.13.18 NC News
The Isabella Santos Foundation presented a $100,000 donation to Atrium Health’s Levine Children’s Hospital, Triangle ArtWorks gathered at Trophy Tap & Table for First Friday, International House’s Diplomacy Begins Here Summit will take place August 28th-30th, and more.
Connecting Youth to Leadership and Farming
The essence of meaningful work is that you are needed. Through their work with the LEAF Project, youth gain a stronger understanding of themselves, the food system and their roles within it.
A Brand New 4-H: Revitalizing a 100-year-old Nonprofit
4-H remains true to their roots of youth empowerment and life skill development, as well as their early beginnings in agriculture, while striving to be a modern brand and thought leader that continues to make an impact through creativity, insight-led strategy and unwavering focus on those it aims to serve - the country’s next generation of true leaders.