Sure, you’re nice people, and you have a wonderful mission. You help the downtrodden, and those you help, as well as those who help you help, love you for it.
Due diligence has become an accepted term and concept, generally referring to looking into all possible options and consequences of a particular action.
Among his deadly sins of running a direct mail campaign, Les Gordon ranks mailing the wrong package near the top of the list.
When it comes to managing nonprofit staff and volunteers, time and experience can be of help, but sometimes it is possible to wander away from the basics of what should be done.
Nonprofit managers have spent years coping with a myriad of issues that arise either in short- or long-term situations.
That was the advice offered by Frank Kurre, national managing partner of not for profit and higher education industry practices with Grant Thornton at the AICPA Not-for-Profit Industry Conference.
All primed for the subprime debacle?
The shooting incident at New Life Church last year, in which a gunman was shot by a volunteer, brought to the forefront not only security and safety issues but also matters of protection and involvement of volunteers.
Auditing and accounting are part of nonprofit management that confuse,
The mission of a nonprofit provides the privilege to ask people for money, said Marcy Heim, CFRE, of Heim Consulting Services in Madison, Wisc., at a recent conference on fundraising. But in order to ask for money, nonprofits should be able to articulate a case statement for how the fundraising program supports the institution, the impact of the institution into the future, and the impact of a donor’s gift.
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