Fraud Prevention for Nonprofits: Avoiding Fraud Schemes and Fraudsters

Gross, Mendelsohn & Associates, P.A.

Most of us would like to believe that everyone in our organization, particularly in the nonprofit sector, is ethical and honest. Unfortunately, fraud remains an ongoing issue for many nonprofits as fraudsters continue to damage not only organizational integrity but also public image and internal morale.
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Initial spending rate for new endowments is 4.25% (years 1 & 2). Spending increases at Consumer Price Index (CPI) as long as resulting spending rate falls between 3.75% and 5%
of market value. Each endowment must retain real economic value, with capital growing at the rate of inflation. Each endowment is indexed annually at March 31.

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How to Use Neuromarketing to Surprise and Delight Your Donors and Raise More Money

CharityHowTo

If you're like most nonprofits, engaging donors (retaining and acquiring) is a constant challenge. That's because getting attention, keeping supporters engaged, and ultimately asking for donations comes down to answering this simple question: what really makes your donors tick?According to the latest brain science, the answers will surely surprise you. More importantly, neuromarketing will transform how effectively you communicate with your supporters.
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5 Fundraising Trends to Capitalize on in 2022

2021 reinforced the need for nonprofits to continue offering tools that help the sector connect to donors successfully without physically being in the same place. So what’s still ahead? We’ve taken a look at the successes Classy has seen over the past year and gathered predictions on where the social sector is headed in 2022 and beyond. Watch the on-demand webinar, 5 Fundraising Trends to Capitalize on in 2022. We’ll uncover top fundraising trends to watch out for, and provide actionable tips to help you raise more money as we head into 2022. Get Ready For: 5 fundraising trends to capitalize on Tips and strategies to make the most of these trends An open Q&A—ask us anything!
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The Best Fundraisers of 2021: Creative Campaigns that Raised

The New Year is on its way, and if 2021 has taught nonprofits anything, it’s how to stay flexible, creative and innovative in order to continue reaching and inspiring donors. Let’s take a look back to learn how you can build impact going forward. Watch our free webinar, The Best Fundraisers of 2021: Creative Campaigns That Raised More, where we take a look at some of the most successful (and fun!) fundraising campaigns and events of the year to help spark ideas for your 2022 calendar. We share what was unique about each fundraiser, the tools they used to get set up more effectively and the insider strategies that maximized their success.
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Create A Nonprofit Marketing Plan + Grow Your Nonprofit In 2022

Looking to chart a path forward to successfully and predictably grow your nonprofit in 2022? You need a strong marketing plan to lead the way. While no one knows exactly what 2022 is going to bring, having a strong plan in place will help you effectively navigate the changing landscape. This way, you can ensure your nonprofit successfully scales impact – no matter the circumstances. But how do you create a marketing plan for your nonprofit? Join us for a free webinar, “How To Create A 2022 Nonprofit Marketing Plan” to learn everything you need to set your nonprofit up to grow in 2022! As a bonus, you’ll also receive a downloadable template to help you easily craft your nonprofit marketing plan. When you attend this webinar, you’ll leave feeling confident that you can create a nonprofit marketing plan that’s designed to help you succeed in 2022. During the hour-long webinar, you’ll learn: How to set good marketing goals that will set the stage for your nonprofit growth 2022 nonprofit marketing trends to help guide your strategic marketing approach A practical walkthrough of how you can craft a successful marketing plan for 2022 + more!
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Initial spending rate for new endowments is 4.25% (years 1 & 2). Spending increases at Consumer Price Index (CPI) as long as resulting spending rate falls between 3.75% and 5%
of market value. Each endowment must retain real economic value, with capital growing at the rate of inflation. Each endowment is indexed annually at March 31.

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