How To Successfully Welcome Back Your Volunteers After COVID-19
After a year of social distancing, many nonprofit organizations are beginning to welcome back volunteers after COVID-19 and resume pre-pandemic activities. But after a year of challenges and changes, what do we need to consider before opening our doors to our volunteers once again? Even with larger numbers of people...
Employee Benefits for Small Nonprofits: Why and How To Offer Health Insurance
As public health continues to be a main topic of conversation and healthcare costs continue to rise, employee benefits for small nonprofits remain at the top of would-be employees’ lists of must-haves. But premiums can be high… So here are three alternatives to traditional group plans for cash-strapped organizations!
Nonprofit Scams Are on the Rise. Here Are 3 To Watch Out For.
Email scams are on the rise across the US and beyond. Protecting yourself and your organization from nonprofit scams is sometimes as simple as listening to your instinct—if something seems weird, it probably is. Here are three new nonprofit scams circulating that you and your organization should be aware of.
Nonprofit Internships: How To Manage Interns and Set Them Up for Success
Successful nonprofit internships require solid preparation and consistent management of your interns. Learn more about setting your nonprofit interns up for success by tailoring your position to your candidates, thoughtfully designing the day-by-day, and recruiting from the places that best match your nonprofit.
Online Fundraising Platforms for Nonprofits: 5 Questions To Ask BEFORE You Commit
The best way to ensure success with any new online fundraising platform is to take time to outline and understand your organization’s unique needs. Think about your nonprofit’s time, available resources, and tech-savvy. At the end of the day, the best platform for your organization is one you’ll actually use!
All the Common Nonprofit Board Positions… and Why You Need ’Em!
If you don’t identify nonprofit board positions and tell your board members what they should be working on, you’ll have many people trying to do the same task. Or you may wind up with projects that no one’s working on at all! You need clearly-defined roles to keep the organization moving toward its goals.