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What We’re Reading (and Loving) This Summer

Eloquence is on display this month as writers wax forth on two essential nonprofit topics: the importance of indirect or administrative costs and the value of advocacy in advancing missions. In case you missed them while you were away, or are packing your late summer reading file for a trip, we offer these seven short articles to help you get/stay up to date:

On Owning Your Own Costs – and Getting Reimbursed for Them

What We’re Reading (and Loving) This Summer

Eloquence is on display this month as writers wax forth on two essential nonprofit topics: the importance of indirect or administrative costs and the value of advocacy in advancing missions. In case you missed them while you were away, or are packing your late summer reading file for a trip, we offer these seven short articles to help you get/stay up to date:

On Owning Your Own Costs – and Getting Reimbursed for Them

What is the #1 action you can take NOW to ensure a high performing nonprofit?

You can ensure a high performing board by taking time to orient and continually engage board members.

What is the #1 action you can take NOW to ensure a high performing nonprofit?

You can ensure a high performing board by taking time to orient and continually engage board members.

Do your nonprofits’ board members “stand for your mission”?

With data gathered from the Nonprofit Finance Fund showing that – for the past seven years – increasing demands on nonprofits outpace their ability to provide services to meet the demands, every board member should be raising the question, “Is there enough money to support the nonprofit’s mission?” Since money doesn’t grow on trees, what’s a board member to do?

Stand for your mission.

Here are some ways board members can help a nonprofit FIND MONEY. (Did we get your attention?)

Do your nonprofits’ board members “stand for your mission”?

With data gathered from the Nonprofit Finance Fund showing that – for the past seven years – increasing demands on nonprofits outpace their ability to provide services to meet the demands, every board member should be raising the question, “Is there enough money to support the nonprofit’s mission?” Since money doesn’t grow on trees, what’s a board member to do?

Stand for your mission.

Here are some ways board members can help a nonprofit FIND MONEY. (Did we get your attention?)

What Do Nonprofits Need to Know about “Fintech”?

Entrepreneurs are making financial transactions simpler, easier, and better—not only for banks, but also for consumers. How might financial technology innovations affect nonprofits? We decided to investigate the up-and-coming in “Fintech.”

What Do Nonprofits Need to Know about “Fintech”?

Entrepreneurs are making financial transactions simpler, easier, and better—not only for banks, but also for consumers. How might financial technology innovations affect nonprofits? We decided to investigate the up-and-coming in “Fintech.”

Nonprofit Employees, Board Members, and Volunteers: Integral Parts of American Democracy

Elections are taking place every month in America. This month – and almost every month –you can bet that somewhere in the country, an engaged citizen is stepping up to cast her vote in a special election for mayor, a primary for county supervisor, or a ballot initiative that will directly impact her daily life. In the next five months, residents in more than 400 communities across the United States will go to the polls, exercising their rights as Americans by engaging in the purest form of democracy.

Nonprofit Employees, Board Members, and Volunteers: Integral Parts of American Democracy

Elections are taking place every month in America. This month – and almost every month –you can bet that somewhere in the country, an engaged citizen is stepping up to cast her vote in a special election for mayor, a primary for county supervisor, or a ballot initiative that will directly impact her daily life. In the next five months, residents in more than 400 communities across the United States will go to the polls, exercising their rights as Americans by engaging in the purest form of democracy.

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