Nonprofit managers are usually focused on two things when it comes to Facebook: Getting “likes” and building awareness. While seeing those numbers rise up on your like counter is certainly satisfying, getting likes is only part of the picture.
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Teams are an integral part of our lives. We commonly join sports teams, business teams, community teams and, increasingly, teams participating in charity events. The method of joining a team varies. People typically “try-out” for membership on a sports team, whereas corporate teams are usually formed for a specific business purpose such as developing a new product or improving some aspect of the organization. In the case of these in-house company teams, members are usually assigned to the team by their manager.
The former chief operating officer (COO) of an Anchorage, Alaska substance abuse and education advocacy nonprofit has been arrested for allegedly stealing more than $60,000 from the organization over three years.
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Have you ever had the nagging feeling that your Facebook efforts aren’t resulting in the kind of impact that they should be?
Are you looking for a nonprofit job in New York City? If so, the latest featured position on the NPT Jobs Career Center may be of interest to you.
Last summer we asked nonprofit managers from across the country to participate in our annual Salary and Benefits Survey. After months of studying the data we are excited to announce the release of The 2014 Nonprofit Organizations Salary and Benefits Reports.
Selecting the best accounting software for your nonprofit can be one of the hardest things to accomplish, so why go into the process without insight from people directly involved in the industry?
President Barack Obama couldn’t have been more right when, in his recent State of the Union speech, he said that economies turn around on the strength of small businesses. He has also hit the nail on the head when he has mentioned that those businesses’ abilities to thrive, innovate, and succeed depend upon the regulatory environment.
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