Nonprofit organizations often require diverse revenue streams to fulfill their missions. The more revenue streams, the more income to fulfill a nonprofit's mission. Like many other types of organizations, it's evident nonprofits experienced a decline in fundraising amid the Covid-19 pandemic. In … Read More... about Expanding a Nonprofit’s Investment Portfolio in the Digital Age with Cryptocurrency
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More people are working at nonprofit organizations (NPOs) than ever before. According to a 2020 report by the Johns Hopkins Center for Civil Society Studies, nonprofits are the third-largest employer in the US — only lagging behind the retail and hospitality industries in terms of … Read More... about You’re Hired! Time to Scrub Your Info From the Internet
In today’s virtual fundraising landscape, data should inform all of your nonprofit’s strategies from the top down. Being able to rely on data to guide decisions has played a key role in helping many nonprofits maintain and regain their momentum amid the pandemic. Your organization likely already … Read More... about 3 AI-Driven KPIs Nonprofits Should Start Tracking
If your donors live in Southern California, be advised there is a new fundraising program your nonprofit should explore. The Agent FactCheck Charitable Giving Program gives $1000 to $5000 per donation. The best part is that it is a no-cost fundraising program. This means 100% of the money goes to … Read More... about New Charitable Fundraising Program for Southern Californian Donors
I had envisioned writing a book with this same title, “Are Good Intentions Enough” for the last ten years, but just have not taken the time to write it. Maybe it was not even about taking the time, but more about the potential reaction it might have. Or maybe, as some time passed … Read More... about Are Good Intentions Enough – A Peek Behind the Curtain of the Not-For-Profit Sector
Nonprofits differ from for-profit companies in a variety of ways. However, one thing all organizations have in common is that they have to pay bills. Some nonprofits sell memberships, charge membership fees or charge for products or services, apparel or accessories. Others rely solely on grants … Read More... about How Can Nonprofits Collect on Money Owed?