Accounting lessons from the recession
While there are signs the economy is improving, the pain is far from over and experts says it’s time for nonprofits to heed the painful accounting advice dealt out by the recession if they are to rebuild strong and stable financial bases.
Outlook darkens for many nonprofits
More than nine in 10 nonprofits report being adversely affected by the recession, and more than four in 10 have reduced staff, a new study says.
Nonprofits work to avoid layoffs
Nonprofit operations executives are instituting cost-cutting measures to forestall layoffs, a new report says.
Maintaining mission in transition
This is the first in a three-part resource series from PJ on grassroots transitions.
Assessing growth potential
While realizing the potential for growth is organization-specific, a few basic steps can help a nonprofit assess whether and how to expand its reach, this Bridgespan case study says.