HUB announced the launch of its Nonprofit Specialty practice, HUB’s 10th Specialty in five years.
The IRS reminded tax-exempt organizations that many have a filing deadline of May 16, 2022.
You need money. You’ve got staff, programs, services, rent and a seemingly endless list of costs associated with all the good work you’re doing for your community and our world. Here’s a roadmap you can use to find what methods of raising money are right for you.
The move deepens Sage’s commitment to helping nonprofit & faith-based organizations manage programs that involve a revolving loan fund.
Nonprofits are one of the most powerful forces for good in our world. They feed the hungry, house the homeless, stand up for those too often not heard and so much more. However, even with the best intentions, nonprofits can sometimes fall short of realizing their mission. One reason for this is failing to budget for equity.
Join us as we explore the impact of financial storytelling for all stakeholders.
Picture this: A funder is about to sign on the dotted line, but they ask to see your financials. You pull numbers from your system only to realize they don’t look quite right. Upon investigation, you realize they’re not correct and discover the root of the problem is issues with your finance process — employees are tagging expenses with the wrong codes.
Are board members' expectations fair and realistic about what is involved with the board treasurer job and who should take on this role? Here are four of the most commonly shared myths about nonprofit board treasurers.
Welcome back to #NPPTrendingNow, where NonProfit PRO Editor-in-Chief Nhu Te breaks down the top three coveted stories of the week.