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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:

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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.

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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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3 Impactful Ways to Engage with Virtual Employees

In the past year, companies have struggled to shift into remote work while keeping their teams connected. For nonprofits, there has been a significant focus on digital transformation to help employees connect and collaborate. Cloud-based solutions are changing the experience of how people use software. With accelerated digital transformation necessitated by remote working, nonprofits can empower remote teams by connecting them with the tools needed to effectively deliver services anywhere and provide a flexible base for future resilience.

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Fundraising Plans for this Summer

Fundraising and summer fun make a great combination. With schools close and everyone looking for an exciting activity to perform in their free time, you can take advantage of favorite summer activities to fundraise and get the amount that is enough for a cause of your choice. This season gives you a chance to take advantage of great weather outdoors and fundraise for your cause. Here are some best fundraising ideas that will allow you to take advantage of summer.

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Don't Fall Into These Nonprofit Traps.

Nonprofits can attain maximum success if the right processes are put in place. However, not all of them have efficient strategies to allow them to thrive and the well-meaning people who dedicate their lives to guide the organization's success. Unlike for-profits, starting a charity must be approached differently since a slight misstep could ruin everything. With this in mind, going from a new charity to a well-established one requires assessment of the possible traps and pitfalls, something that is not as simple as it may sound. Here are a few traps that your nonprofits should not fall into. 

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Challenging Assumptions About Adapting Nonprofit Programming to the Digital Realm

Seventy-four percent of nonprofits responding to a recent survey conducted by CAF America (https://www.cafamerica.org/covid19report/) said they had “adapted programming to the digital realm” when faced with COVID-19 challenges. Sixty-three percent said they had done so successfully. There’s  no question that nonprofits across the country have responded admirably to the obstacles the past year placed in their paths. But to be candid, from what I’ve seen in my capacity-building work, the reality is that the nonprofit sector needs to hold itself to a higher standard of success if it’s going to keep pace with demand and continue serving communities.

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Updated Nonprofit Taxation for US Based Organizations

The year 2020 was the most challenging in the history of the modern world, perhaps even more than the great depression. It was the year that many changes were brought into our lives. Many pandemic-related measures were implemented to both for-profit and nonprofit organizations to curb the spread of the virus and mitigate the economic impact of the pandemic. The sweeping changes did not leave behind the nonprofits’ aid programs. Although many people have written about the non-pandemic-related changes, many pandemic-related changes will affect charities in 2021. Here are some of these changes. 

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Check These Tips When Planning Your Next Fundraising Event

It is now a year since the pandemic began, and many things have changed. Organizations in different industries have been forced to change how they do things, and their plans have been altered significantly. For the nonprofits, fundraising events and how they are organized have been altered, and most of them are now hosting their fundraising remotely. Here are some tips that you should consider when planning your next fundraising event in 2021.

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Implicit Bias, the Hidden Enemy to Diversity

One thing that I have to deal with as a Black man on a board or in an executive environment is the exhausting exercise of navigating the current of norms and behaviors of the group. Even when boards recruit a “diverse” candidate who looks and thinks differently than the group, it is exhausting for that individual to speak from another mindset. Majority-culture boards tend to isolate the new thoughts of the diverse board member and label them, which is why so many people from diverse backgrounds may choose not to serve on these boards.

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