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Evolve Your Nonprofit

The mission of every nonprofit is to solve a particular problem. However, these problems can change from one time to another. They can evolve from simple to more complicated issues that require a properly thought out solution and an organized nonprofit. With the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic that has posed significant challenges, new problems have emerged for the nonprofit sector. The demand for nonprofit services has consequently gone up. With the changes in the operating environment, nonprofits need to be creative by leveraging new technologies to enhance better decision-making and other processes. Here are some ways that non-nonprofits will evolve in 2021.


A Call for NPOs to Leverage Technology and Data to Drive Greater Social Impact

The role of social workers is more demanding than ever before and the needs of human services continues to outpace the bandwidth of the most valued asset in driving social impact: our frontline workers. An average case load for a social worker is 300 people and there aren’t enough qualified workers to fulfill the skyrocketing human need. In simple terms, it is estimated that 38 out of 50 states across the US do not have enough social workers to support the humans in need today.


Make Sure to Face These Accounting Issues

Running a nonprofit can be an emotionally rewarding undertaking. However, ensuring that everything works as required is no mean task. As good as the cause might be, there are always many financial red tapes that make it difficult to maintain the status of a nonprofit. Accountants in these organizations face a challenge in tracking various financial processes. Depending on the changes in regulations, these challenges can change regularly, making things unpredictable. Unlike the for-profits whose budgets are bigger and have more resources, nonprofits operate on smaller budgets and have fewer resources to work with. Therefore, any slight financial mistake can have a significant impact on the organization. Here are some challenges you should be prepared to face in nonprofits.


Finding the Right Grant Manager for Your Nonprofit

A good grant manager provides professional, high-quality services beyond what a typical bookkeeper, program director or grant writer can offer. The right grant manager for your nonprofits needs to:


Summer Fundraising Ideas for Nonprofits

Summer is a great time to forget your troubles, go out and unwind. This is a time where everybody wants to enjoy outdoor activities, watch fireworks and eat as much BBQ as they can. While these are the main activities that define the summer in many states and countries, other activities are perfect if planned during summer. Fundraising is one of them. With a large number of people now coming out to enjoy themselves, and most of them are excited, perhaps this can be the perfect time for you to fundraise for your nonprofit. Here are some crucial fundraising ideas that can help you as you plan for the summer. 


Do You Have Structure in Your Nonprofit Hiring Process?

Nonprofit organizations are as good as the policies in place to ensure proper management. These policies range from employee hiring practices to staff promotion and compensation. Like the for-profits, there are practices that nonprofits should have for it to operate ethically and excel in a course that it intends to venture. Although these policies can be good in some instances, it needs a constant review and regular updates to keep up with the changing times and regulations.  Here are some policies that your nonprofit management and hiring processes should focus on:


Guide Your New Nonprofit to Success

If you are running a nonprofit, chances are, you have found out that it is by no means an easy ordeal. Just like any other business out there, starting and running a nonprofit requires critical thinking, hard work, dedication, patience, and commitment. While nonprofits can be hard to run, intimidating, complex and most of the time tedious, a systematic approach to managing things can be a timely relief. For those seeking to start nonprofits here are some threats and opportunities that await you as you begin the journey.


Employees Can be Happy to Give

Recent studies have shown that millennials are the present and the future driving force behind the social responsibility movement in society. Accordingly, 70 percent of these millennials report that they will spend more money with companies and brands that support charitable causes. With research indicating that they represent up to $2.45 trillion in spending power, giving back will be a powerful way of attracting millennials and fostering their newfound giving culture. Here are some of the opportunities you should offer to your employees to support their giving within your organization:


Nonprofit Organizations May Find More Donations This Year

For nonprofit organizations, identifying funding sources and deciding the suitable model for the organizations are some of the greatest challenges. This was even harder last year during the peak of the COVID-19 pandemic, as almost every industry suffered from coronavirus-related effects. The sources of funding shrunk as many donors focused on recovering from the pandemic. However, as we approach the second half of 2021, there is a sign of an increase in donations. In a survey done by FrontStream, 87 percent (9 in 10) of the respondents stated that they intended to give it to charity in 2021. Of these respondents, 19 percent plan to give more than they did in 2020. This is basically because of the easing pandemic-related challenges.


How to promote your nonprofit event

Time is precious and today people only want to invest it in something which they're genuinely interested in. And they will only be interested in something which has grabbed their attention.  Today no one will be interested in attending your event if they do not know the reason behind it for how exciting it can be for them.  But how can you attract these people to your event? The primary key is to promote your nonprofit event in such a way that your support will be present but they will not be irritated.


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