Many not-for-profits are just starting to emerge from one of the most challenging environments in recent memory due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
According to the Nonprofit Times, only 41% of not-for-profits have whistleblower policies.
No one needs to tell nonprofit organizations how tough the past year has been.
How committed is your not-for-profit organization to benchmarking?
Events of the past year put a dent in many not-for-profit’s reserves.
Thousands of not-for-profit organizations fall victim to embezzlement schemes every year — some even losing millions of dollars.
With the competition for donation dollars fierce right now, many not-for-profits are turning to influencers — from Hollywood celebrities to politicians to blog stars —
Many organizations get stuck in procedural ruts because it’s easier in the short term to continue doing things the way they’ve always been done.
If your not-for-profit has lost financial support during the pandemic, you may be looking for ways to raise new revenue.
It’s been almost a year since many not-for-profit organizations sent staffers home — to work remotely.