Nonprofits with board members who are aware, equipped, and engaged will help keep funds flowing, and support sustainability of the organization.
Achieving Total Compliance: Seven Steps to Nonprofit Success
The research and paperwork required to keep up with government regulations can be daunting. Harbor Compliance's Ifeoma Aduba offers resources to guide you along the path of starting and running a compliant nonprofit organization.
Four Considerations for Collaborative Grants
Collaborative grants possess the capacity to expand the scope of nonprofits by allowing agencies to creatively address issues in their communities through the linkage of resources and the alignment of missions.
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.
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.
Corporate Giving and Shared-Value Philanthropy
First National Bank of Omaha's Alec Gorynski explores the concept of shared-value philanthropy: how corporations can align their giving in a manner that achieves social benefits in tandem with business objectives, and how nonprofits can tailor their fundraising efforts when working with the private sector.
Why Micro-Donations Are the Future of Fundraising
While a micro-donation of $25 may not seem like it’s worth a ton of time or investment to cultivate, it may actually cost your organization to ignore these smaller donations.
A Meaningful Sustainable Finance Commitment
Through their sustainable finance commitment, Wells Fargo hopes to share key learnings with peer banks and nonprofits to contribute to best practices and a unified approach on climate financing.
Keeping Up With The Mail
If you work for a nonprofit with alumni, donors, and advisors in other countries, mailing addresses in your database may have changed without your knowledge - and may be useless the next time you send reports, event invitations, or donation request letters.
The Overhead Ratio Mindset
Grey Matter Research’s Ron Sellers shares findings from The Donor Mindset Study, which explores donors’ perceoptions about overhead ratios and the organizations they favor.