Maybe in some mythic past it was possible to think first about strategic impact goals, and then about how to raise the money. But today we know better: you can’t talk about what you’re going to do without talking about how to get the money.
An overlooked but crucial element in strategic planning is the attitude or stance that the executive director takes to the process.
Increasingly, nonprofits are finding scrip to be a comparatively easy way to raise funds. How does scrip fundraising work, anyway?
Jeanne Bell argues it’s time to stop looking at budgets and pay attention instead to projections and financial goals.
A nonprofit dashboard gives important information to decision-makers such as executives and boards in a quick-read way.
Jeanne Bell shares six things that nonprofit organizations should know about the IRS’ new revised 990 nonprofit tax return.
Is an audit worth the expense for a nonprofit’s board of directors in these tough economic times?
There are some good reasons why nonprofits sometimes have deficit budgets, that should be left that way. Find out why.