Tax, Legal & Compliance
In this episode of The NonProfit Voice, Amanda Cole, editor-in-chief of NonProfit PRO, is joined by Lisa Elsass, executive director of Rio Concho Retirement Community, and Lenna Kennedy, risk management consultant at Philadelphia Insurance Companies, to discuss how nonprofits can address property damage.
Fundraising events are often necessary for nonprofit organizations for several reasons. First, such events bring in much-needed funding to help carry out the organization's mission. Nonprofit fundraising also drives awareness of certain causes, and it provides a source to attract new supporters, donors and volunteers.
The IRS reminded tax-exempt organizations that many have a filing deadline of May 16, 2022.
With planned giving rising in importance, ethically executing responsibilities is a critical question that nonprofits should address.
The Employee Retention Credit (ERC) was one of the government tax incentives passed to encourage eligible employers to continue paying employees and keep their businesses running during the economic fallout of the coronavirus.
No nonprofit leader relishes the unfortunate task of ending an employee's employment — be it for performance problems, misconduct or operational reasons. It is a difficult process, and poorly handled and rushed terminations create serious risks, such as a wrongful termination claim.
Although some organizations may have experienced an uptick in unrestricted giving, restricted donations aren’t going away, and, when used effectively, they can be an important part of fundraising for a capital campaign or a new program.
Data gets compromised and put at risk of being stolen or misused, including by nonprofits who haven't invested in cybersecurity. In short, we've reached a moment where the privacy lights are blinking red, and nonprofits must invest in cybersecurity. Protecting donor data is no longer just something nice to do.
With a growing frustration toward the mistreatment of vulnerable populations in programming, our guests will share their expertise about potential misconduct, particularly with child sexual abuse, and how your nonprofit can make sure it has the proper guardrails in place.
During this webinar attendees will learn the impacts of COVID-19 on the nonprofit sector.