Time To Refresh Your Nonprofit PTO Policies? Here’s the Info You Need
Thoughtful and intentional paid time off or nonprofit PTO policies will allow you to create a strong organizational culture where staff and employees are encouraged to prioritize their own self-care and avoid burnout. And a smart, generous policy can help retain the best candidates! Learn more about your options.
Nonprofits vs. For-Profits: How To Make the Best Choice
You’ve got a great idea for a brand new endeavor. You know your community needs it—and you know they’ll love it! But… how do you know whether to start a nonprofit or a for-profit business?? What’s the difference, anyway?! Find out what’s unique about a nonprofit vs. for-profit entity—and which is the right one for you!
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.
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.
Three Simple Ways To Keep Your Donor Data Safe
At best, a data breach is an embarrassing thing to have to explain to donors and supporters. At worst, it can be catastrophic for your organization’s finances and reputation. Keeping your donor data safe is essential. Here are three simple ways to make that happen—even if you don’t have a dedicated IT team!
Avoiding Staff Burnout At Your Nonprofit 9 Months Into COVID 19
We’re in a place that would have been hard to imagine back in March. Nine months into the COVID- 19 pandemic, and we are still having to fear our neighbors, make difficult choices around work and school, and for some, manage a tricky work-from-home situation. Nearly 20 percent of Americans struggle with anxiety in a...