Rural philanthropy is one part of the nonprofit sector that has not received as much attention, or funding, from the foundation community. The National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy (NCRP) has published a report detailing the problems faced by rural nonprofits.
Organizations that value their employees have dedicated employees who do a better job.
Nonprofits looking for fair value measurements when it comes to assets and liabilities should become familiar with Statement of Financial Accounting Standards (SFAS) 157.
Nonprofits have plenty of work to do, saving the world, feeding the hungry and sheltering the homeless. Who’s got time to fill out Internal Revenue Service (IRS) forms, much less provide them to the public? Well, you’ll have to make time because it’s the law.
Construction and maintenance of a database are essential elements, but, like almost anything, doing it wrong can have far-reaching consequences.
Stress has come to be almost an accepted part of our modern, it-has-to-be-done-yesterday world. Mention of the word has become so routine that we often do not give it much thought, regarding what it means to us individually or what it means to the world in general, especially in terms of health.
Among the assets needed by a good manager, credibility is one that is important but often overlooked.
In addition to the benefits the latest technology offers to nonprofits in getting their message out to a wider audience, new advances make record keeping efficient, as well as secure.
Just because you’re a nonprofit doesn’t mean you can’t make money.
Bad information can be worse than no information at all. A strategic planning process is important, but many nonprofits don’t have a good working knowledge of the process.