President Donald J. Trump released his preliminary budget proposal for fiscal year 2018 titled “America First: A Budget Blueprint to Make America Great Again.” The $1.1 trillion budget blueprint has many nonprofit organizations in a slight panic, wondering what they’re going to do...
Fidelity Charitable, the public charity arm of mutual fund giant Fidelity Investments, raised $7 million in bitcoin donations last year. The organization launched the donation option in November 2015, enabling contributions from customers by way of their donor-advised funds. Fidelity Charitable has utilized Coinbase as a payment processor to handle bitcoin-to-dollar conversions. New statements from…
Your nonprofit provides critically needed services for individuals and our communities. Funding your programs requires building the trust necessary to ensure an ongoing stream of grants and donations. Take some time to rigorously evaluate whether you are taking the necessary measures to protect the trust you’ve earned and strengthen the trust required for ongoing sustainability...
Learn how nonprofits can leverage their accounting systems to effectively meet and comply with ever evolving regulations & standards.
NonProfit PRO spoke with two expert nonprofit tax attorneys to provide their tips on the tax issue for nonprofit organizations. Here are the insights—from the basics to the changing landscape—shared by Cliff Perlman, partner at the law firm Perlman & Perlman, and attorney Marc J. Lane.
To get a handle on what’s in store for 2015, NonProfit PRO rounded up some of the nonprofit industry’s finest, who were kind enough to share their nonprofit trends for 2015. Here are five accounting trends.
To get a handle on what’s in store for 2015, NonProfit PRO rounded up some of the nonprofit industry’s finest, who were kind enough to share these 70 trends for this new year — everything from leadership to staffing to fundraising and more.
In our very first issue, DMW Direct's Tom Hurley, who wrote a column called In the Trenches, discussed a variety of ways to save money on production costs and how a "Savvy Approach to Production Can Help Slash Your Bottom Line."
It is so inspiring to see people who are on the front lines of creating stronger schools, neighborhoods and communities in this country suddenly realize that it doesn't have to be so hard. You can stop beating your head against the fundraising wall.
No matter how you decide to handle year-end gifts, the best things you can do are to create a policy, document it and be consistent.