The inflation rate for colleges and universities was 2.3 percent for fiscal 2011, which ended on June 30, 2011, more than double the 0.9 percent rate for fiscal year 2010 and reversing a decelerating trend that began in 2008. This compares with an annualized Consumer Price Index (CPI) — calculated using an average of monthly CPI index figures from July to June — of 2 percent for the same period.
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The term “organizational culture” exists in the nonprofit sector, but the term can be as varied as the people who use it.
With transparency taking hold of the purview of nonprofits, your donors, board and team, all have a stake in making sure the actual operations of your organization is as efficient as possible.
Information is information, but as methods for gathering and utilizing information change, the type of information a nonprofit organization has can be very important.
So, who’s going to be reading this? That question, audience, is an important one, and one that even composition teachers discuss with their students.
Nonprofits are using technology to find donors and to get money from them, but how many are using technology to thank donors?
As corporate partnerships have been increasing in recent years, it has become difficult to find the right fit. Corporations are placing a higher premium on being socially responsible.
As the Internet increases the opportunity to bombard prospective donors with call-to-action appeals, how is your nonprofit going to distinguish itself from the other throngs of organizations competing for cash?
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