Undoubtedly you have given cash to someone in need but later wondered, “Did that person buy something to eat or just spend the money at the nearest liquor store?” You are not alone. However, organizations such as GiveDirectly (www.givedirectly.org) have found that charitable cash transfers give the poor the flexibility to pursue their own goals and have long-term positive impacts.
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Evaluation Plans Start With The Right Questions
A solid evaluation plan is a selling point for a grant proposal. It shows funders that your organization will hold itself accountable for delivering a high-impact program. “Good evaluation plans are based on essential questions,” said Barbara Floersch, executive director of The Grantsmanship Center in Los Angeles, Calif. “
The NPT Career Board is a great resource to find quality professionals with experience in the non profit sector. Our goal is to connect Top Talent with Industry Leaders.
Sometimes Things Just Don’t Smell Right
Some situations warrant using your intuition -- first dates, any buying anything off Craigslist, sniffing that last piece of meatloaf. Making marketing decisions is not one of them. Relying on intuition instead of facts and numbers can end up costing your organization cold, hard cash in the long run.
Many nonprofit managers might find their work to be hazardous all the time, but in fact some nonprofits do handle hazardous materials. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has distributed a fact sheet with steps for employers handling hazardous materials. The steps are: