Tag - nonprofit

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Getting The Most Out Of GMAIL
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“Nonprofit” and “No Risk” are not Bedfellows
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Electing a Board in a New Nonprofit
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A Sure Fire Way to KILL Your Organization
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Where Are Your Donors Going?

Getting The Most Out Of GMAIL

As an organization, we use Google Apps as a staple in our email and calendar communications strategy. It is simple and consistent from a user’s experience and we appreciate the ability to integrate into so many third party software options. ChurchMag initially posted the following infographic, “How To Become a GMAIL Power User”.  It is loaded with great information and worth your time to look through.  If you are not currently a Gmail user for your[…]

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“Nonprofit” and “No Risk” are not Bedfellows

For those  serving on staff and on the Board of nonprofits, a very real issues is upon us.  Nonprofit Quarterly posted this morning a very important article outlining the “risk” faced by nonprofits.  The case at hand is regarding the Lemington Home for the Aged of Pennsylvania who was recently found in breach of their duty of care.  At issue were financial woes and the reporting deficiencies to the Pennsylvania Department of Health at a rate of three[…]

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Electing a Board in a New Nonprofit

BLOG REPOST The Nonprofit Law Blog has posted an important reminder to those who are beginning a new nonprofit – Start with the right board!  In the words of the author, Gene Takagi, The board is ultimately in control of the nonprofit corporation and responsible for its actions. So, you want to be careful in determining the composition of your charitable nonprofit’s initial board.     They list ten basic considerations.  And as one who has[…]

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Where Are Your Donors Going?

Katya’s Nonprofit Marketing Blog posted a guest writer earlier this week on the topic of Why Donor’s Stop Their Support.  Here is the infographic that sums up the findings,  aggregated from two sources, Bloomerang’s Adrian Sargeant and from The Rockefeller Foundation  …… (be sure to read the subtext at the bottom of this post as well for a response) Even more interesting perhaps is one of the responses on the blog.  Here is a portion[…]

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