Shared space – What to consider before teaming up

January 23, 2019 Categories: All
article-img

Nonprofits nationwide are increasingly considering shared workspace arrangements to lower rising facility costs. These arrangements are particularly appealing in areas where nonprofits are being priced out of the real estate market and to those determined to cut operating costs. Options to choose from The term “shared space” refers to wor...

read more

How the new changes to lease accounting could affect you

March 14, 2017 Categories: All
article-img

Much-anticipated updated accounting standards are out on how to treat leases. They will affect all organizations that lease assets such as real estate, vehicles and equipment. Accounting for your leases Currently, the proper treatment of a lease depends on whether it’s a capital lease or an operating lease. Capital leases (for example, a lease ...

read more

Can you hear them now? Social listening can boost supporter engagement

March 3, 2017 Categories: All
article-img

Nonprofits are beginning to tune into a relatively new marketing tactic known as social listening. Some of the best known commercial brands have used the tactic for years, but now its low cost and proven effectiveness are gaining the attention of not-for-profits that see the value of tapping into their supporters’ passions while they’re hot. U...

read more

Moving on to your nonprofit’s 2nd leader

February 25, 2017 Categories: All
article-img

Do you know of a nonprofit with a founding father who just won’t let go of the reins? Many organizations run into a dilemma in which the original person instrumental in getting the nonprofit off the ground resists delegating key responsibilities to other staff members — or helping the organization transition to a new leader. That nonprofit i...

read more