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A policy can help nonprofits look “gift horses” in the mouth

When you receive a personal gift from a friend or family member — even if it’s not something ...
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It’s about time: Don’t waste that of your board members

Most not-for-profit board members are unpaid volunteers. They’ve agreed to serve because they care about your mission and ...
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Amy O’Dell, Founder of Jacob’s Ladder Speaks at Atlanta Office Meeting

This week, the Atlanta office hosted its bi-annual meeting at the Georgian Club. The featured guest speaker was ...
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Nonprofits: How to invest in an investment advisor

You may think that only large, well-endowed not-for-profits require the advice of an investment manager. But even smaller ...
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Don’t flood email inboxes with excessive communications

Is your not-for-profit making the most of its email list? If you send every item to individual donors, ...
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Making your nonprofit’s special event profitable

As in the for-profit world, sometimes not-for-profits need to spend money to make money. This is particularly true ...
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Should you revise your nonprofit’s bylaws?

Your not-for-profit has likely grown and evolved since it was founded. Have your bylaws kept pace? Bylaws are ...
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Protect your nonprofit from occupational fraud threats

Not-for-profit organizations don’t lose as much to occupational fraud as for-profit businesses do. According to the Association of ...
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Nonprofits: Harness the Power of Cause Marketing

Not-for-profits with multiple sources of support generally are less likely to have budget shortfalls and are better able ...
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What to do if Your Nonprofit Receives an IRS Audit Letter

The IRS’s staffing shortages have been well publicized and audits of individuals have decreased in the past several ...
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