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 Fiscal Sponsorship: How To Get Funded Without Your Own 501(c)3
New nonprofits face lots of challenges—running programs, serving the community, and gaining trust. But the biggest challenge is likely no surprise: raising money. But getting your new organization up, running, and funded is absolutely doable… And fiscal sponsorship might be a great way to get started.
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.
Nonprofit Insurance: Why a D&O Policy Is So Important for Your Organization
Meant to protect against missteps or breaches of duty by a nonprofit's directors and officers, D&O insurance is liability insurance that covers the financial costs of claims that fall within the categories of governance, employment, or fiduciary liability. Here’s why you should protect your nonprofit today!
What Really Motivates Nonprofit Employees? 3 Ways To Show Your Appreciation
It’s pretty easy to tell when workplace motivation begins to wane, but it can be tough to figure out exactly what’s to blame for low employee morale… But it will be a lot easier to isolate the issue if you’ve worked to create a foundation of encouragement and nonprofit employee appreciation for your team.
3 Simple Ways To REALLY Take Care of Yourself This Holiday Season
With the end of the calendar year fast approaching, it can feel overwhelming to think about everything you need to get done, both at work and at home. But prioritizing real, long-term self-care means structuring the majority of your days around the things that keep you well and healthy – not the other way around.