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Will Obamaniacs Change Nonprofits?
Can the “Obama movement” – with its community organizing and its newly empowered warriors for change – revitalize nonprofits?
Sarbanes-Oxley and Nonprofits: Bogeyman in the Boardroom?
Although Sarbanes-Oxley wasn’t aimed at nonprofits, some saw the law’s passage as a wake-up call for nonprofits.
Nonprofit Executive Director Assessment
This Nonprofit Executive Director Assessment form combines results, activities, and attributes: Every board will want to focus it on the areas that have been the most important to the organization.
Governance Committees: More and More Common
A governance committee can be an effective way to help define the board’s work, the work of individual members, and strengthen that work.
What Information Should Board Members Get?
Blue Avocado provides suggestions for which written documents a nonprofit organization’s board should have.
A Steep Road Ahead for Immigration Volunteers?
Immigration rights groups are prepping the way for legislative reform, which they say is critical to addressing the issue over the long-term.
If You Don’t Have Time to Save: Nonprofit Retirement Part 3
Blue Avocado explores the plight of people in the nonprofit sector who find themselves close to retirement without enough savings.
What Nonprofits are Saying About the Bailout: A Fast Roundup
A quick roundup of just a few of the most compelling and informative nonprofit commentaries around recent financial developments.
Nonprofit Retirement Part 2: How and Where to Save
“I need a four-oh-what??” Many eyes glaze over when it comes time to decide how to save and invest for retirement. If you wish that somehow, magically, a stash of money would be waiting for you the minute you turn 65 — a reward for all t …
Community Nonprofits: Katrina’s Unsung Heroes Still on the Job
Three years after Hurricane Katrina, we hear about changes and challenges in New Orleans, but little about the severe damage in Mississippi.