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Blue Avocado provides suggestions for which written documents a nonprofit organization’s board should have.
Nonprofits face increasing pressure to show that their programs are evidence-based. How to “tweak” these practices to your own populations.
Advice for a nonprofit supervisor with a bookkeeper that has missed deadlines and may be coming to work drunk.
Blue Avocado readers share their ways of signing off on nonprofit emails. The consensus is quick, and in keeping with the tone of the email.
Embezzlement — fraud committed by employees and volunteers — is especially painful in community nonprofits. Here are the most common types of nonprofit embezzlement and how to deal with them.
Standard elements of a drug and alcohol free workplace program for nonprofits. Includes a sample drug and alcohol free workplace policy.
Stressed out because the economic crisis is forcing your major corporate funder to close its doors or merge? Anxious about the election? Sometimes, the only thing to do is to stop pulling your hair out, take a break from working like a crazed lunatic, …
Immigration rights groups are prepping the way for legislative reform, which they say is critical to addressing the issue over the long-term.
Perhaps the single most important attribute of an effective board is also its most intangible: An independent sense of itself.
With the elections coming up, a nonprofit’s staff is buzzing with political talk. Ask Rita shares how to avoid this creating a minefield.