When your not-for-profit desperately needs a new facility, costly equipment or an endowment, a capital campaign can be the best way to raise funds.
If your not-for-profit is struggling financially, you’ve probably already taken steps to cut costs, such as wage freezes and layoffs.
To make sound decisions, your not-for-profit’s leadership should periodically survey donors and other constituents.
If your new or fast-growing not-for-profit could use an extra pair of experienced hands, an association management company (ACM), with its turnkey infrastructure, might be able to help.
However much planning has gone into your special event, it may all be for nothing if you can’t find reliable sponsors to foot a large percentage of the expenses involved.
People are naturally inclined to make charitable gifts around the holidays.
Not-for-profit board members need to keep an eye on how well their organizations are meeting major goals and furthering their missions.
Preparing your not-for-profit’s annual budget is probably one of the least appealing parts of your job. Here’s how to make the process a little less painful.
There are more than 87,000 foundations in the United States — including family, corporate and community foundations — according to the Foundation Center.
Not-for-profit organizations don’t receive only cash donations. Your support also likely comes in the form of gifts in kind and donated services.