Planned Giving in the African American Community
The Key to Nonprofit Financial Health is Communication
Communication is key to nonprofit success: communicating with those you serve, your community, your employees, and your Board. Sharing success stories, exciting new programs, or a newly awarded grant comes naturally.
Contingency Planning: Protect Your Organization from the 5 Types of Risk
From natural disasters to funding shortages to unexpected staff departures, nonprofits and faith-based institutions face a variety of risks that can interrupt or bring operations to a halt.
Effective Board Leadership
Serving as a nonprofit Board member is so much more than giving advice, attending a few meetings, or writing a check—it also includes a number of liabilities and responsibilities.
Get innovative nonprofit solutions delivered directly to your inbox via monthly blog posts and our quarterly newsletter.