A nonprofit organization typically relies heavily on its donors to operate on a daily basis. Therefore, it is important for a nonprofit to have an understanding of why donors give to organizations. Click above to learn more.
Many nonprofits rely solely on donations from the community to fund the continuation of the organization. It is very important for your organization to acknowledge their donations for many reasons. Click above to learn more.
It is vital for nonprofits to track donations and grants in an organized manner for tax and accounting purposes. Click here to learn more about accounting software options and benefits.
It is necessary that a nonprofit goes about the expense reimbursement process in a way that adheres to IRS guidelines. Learn more about the do’s and don’ts.
We know the importance of continuing fundraising efforts in a safe manner. Click for some tips to consider before hosting an in-person fundraising event.
It may be time for your nonprofit to implement a gift acceptance policy to outline the types of gifts received, as well as those to politely decline. Click for more details.
A nonprofit organization can file for refunds of sales and use tax paid on direct purchases of tangible personal property for use in carrying on their nonprofit work twice a year. Click above to learn more.
A nonprofit organization should provide internal financial reports to the board of directors and other governance committees periodically. Click above to learn more about best practices for internal reports.
Joint fundraisers can be beneficial in many ways for both organizations, but there are a few things your organization should consider before agreeing to a joint fundraiser. Click above to read more.
While grant-writing can be time consuming, grants can provide a significant amount of funding for your nonprofit organization. Click above for tips that may help your organization better manage the grant-writing process.