NONPROFIT FINANCE STUDY: WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

N/A | August 1, 2019

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Community Brands surveyed more than 300 nonprofit finance professionals across nearly every vertical – including social services, education, and healthcare. We discovered that growth, while broadly defined, is very important to most nonprofit organizations. And, the search for additional revenue dollars (whether from donations, grants, services, or other sources) is constant.

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4 Actions Responsive Nonprofits are Taking to Ensure Growth in 2020 and Beyond

Article | June 8, 2020

Barbara O’Reilly was recently featured on our Responsive Fundraising Podcast, where she discussed the three stages that follow an unexpected world event. First, the response phase, where we each find a way to contain the negative impact of the change. Next, comes the recovery phase, in which we all work together to find a way forward. Lastly, the resilience phase, in which we have recovered and emerge better than before. From the standpoint of COVID-19, we all have navigated the response phase, which triggered a far-reaching economic tremor. It’s fair to say that we currently live in the recovery phase, and probably will for quite a while. But even now, as we recover, our focus should be on the next phase: resilience. Of course, the resilience phase will look differently for everyone, and it is hard to predict exactly what it will look like for your nonprofit. However, there are ways for you to ensure that the work you do now will increase your annual revenue and improve donor retention while you recover and build resilience. Here’s how responsive fundraising can make that easier.

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Is Your Nonprofit Overspending on IT?

Article | February 26, 2020

The nonprofit sector is absolutely crucial to improving the quality of life of millions of people everyday. In order to fulfill their mandate and serve their communities, these organizations must operate effectively as businesses with constraints and challenges that are unique to their sector. Doing more with less, and effectively leveraging limited resources is a common theme that spans finance, HR, operations and IT departments.

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Lessons From the Past Can Inform the Future of Fundraising

Article | March 30, 2020

It has been said that history repeats itself, first as tragedy, and then as farce. In times like now, however, it is important to look to lessons of the past in order to inform the future of our organizations. With the advent of COVID-19 and a global pandemic, leaders and staff from nonprofit organizations are looking for direction, clarity and hope. By looking at where we have been, it is possible to glean strategies and tactics that will serve our organizations and make us much stronger than we were before. Let’s unpack a few key lessons from a few times in our history.

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The CARES Act Provides Financial Relief for Nonprofits

Article | April 15, 2020

The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act), the largest economic relief bill in U.S. history with an estimated $2.2 trillion price tag, was signed into law on March 27, 2020. The CARES Act includes several key relief elements that could prove essential for nonprofit organizations affected by the economic downturn.

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