Nonprofit Bylaws are an important component to helping a nonprofit organization run smoothly, as they provide a guide for both employees and the Board of Directors. Learn more.
Board Members are responsible for maintaining the integrity of an organization and finding the right board members is vital for the organization to effectively serve its purpose. Learn more.
A Board of Directors is legally responsible for the operation of the nonprofit organization for which it serves. In fact, individual members can be held personally liable for improper conduct if they breach their duties. Learn more.
There are several things you can do to ensure your non-profit is audit ready. It’s important to have tight internal accounting controls, organized financial processes and timely month-end closing and review of your financial statements. Find out more.
Donors like to be well-informed when making decisions on what nonprofit organizations to support. Click for a list of tips on how websites like CharityNavigator.org and Guidestar.org can help increase donors.
For many years, nonprofits received charitable donations through mail or in person delivery. In recent years, it has become more convenient to make donations to nonprofits online. Learn more about the risks related to online donations.
The IRS and the North Carolina Charitable Solicitation License Section of the Secretary of State’s Office both require specific information in the acknowledgments nonprofits provide to their donors. Read more.
Is your non-profit’s annual appeal campaign struggling to produce the desired results? If so, 2023 may be a great time for your non-profit to consider making updates to amplify annual appeal efforts. Read more.
Bookkeeping is an essential component of any company, including nonprofits. Is it better to have in-house bookkeeping, or to outsource? Read more about how to make this important decision.
Gilliam Bell Moser’s staff stepped out of the office and on to a construction site to help Habitat for Humanity of Alamance County. Our staff spent two days working on a house that will become a home for a much deserving family.