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Is Your Organization Ready for FASB ASU 2016-14? New FASB ASU 2016-14 reporting requirement deadlines are looming. This white paper breaks down the changes, shows examples of the new financial statement presentations and helps nonprofits understand, prepare and implement the new FASB 2016-14 reporting requirements. Download Understanding. Preparing. Implementing. FASB ASU 2016-14 Reporting Requirements for Not-For-Profit Organizations. Click here to learn more

Harry & Meghan Ask That Gifts Go To 7 Charities
What do you get for the couple who has everything? A donation to one of their favorite charities. Guests attending the royal wedding between Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were asked to make a donation to one of seven charities in lieu of a gift. Those seven charities, according to The Royal Household, are:
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5 Ways To Make Sure Donors Read Your Appeals
If a tree falls in the woods, does it make a sound? If your organization makes an ask and it is never read, did you ever really make an ask? Nonprofit development departments work tirelessly to identify and craft compelling stories and provide supporters with clear means of helping. Once the email is sent or letter is sealed and delivered, an even higher hurdle remains. Will the donor even read it?
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5 Cases For Blockchain Without Cryptocurrency got a $29-million donation via cryptocurrency and donor-advised funds (DAFs) have been seeing more donations of cryptocurrency in recent years. That’s great and all but if your nonprofit doesn’t get donations in cryptocurrency, does that make blockchain irrelevant for your organization? Not necessarily. Sheila Warren and Marnie Webb delved into what blockchain can do for nonprofits beyond crypto donations during a session called “Blockchain For Nonprofits: Fact vs. Fiction” (#18NTCblockchain) at NTEN’s annual Nonprofit Technology Conference this past spring in New Orleans.
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