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Nonprofit Resources is proud to be teaming up with Idea Wild as they work to conserve the planet’s precious biodiversity.  In addition to sponsoring a table (options are still available!),  NPR President Kristin Bennett has partnered with Chef Jill O’Brien of Wild Idea Buffalo Company for an extra special opportunity. Whether you’re looking for an…

HHN Hosts ‘Ask the Expert’ Webinar

Healthcare Hospitality Network (HHN) is a nationwide professional association of nearly 200 unique, nonprofit organizations. HHN offers an array of lodging and support services to patients, families and their loved ones who are receiving medical treatment far from their home communities. On Wednesday March 14, HHN hosted an Ask the Expert webinar for all members. These…

HPIP Sets 2018 High Performance Trainings

High Performance Insulation Professionals (HPIP) is offering valuable hands-on training across the U.S. to help contractors earn and maintain their national high performance certification. 2018 training dates have been set in three cities throughout the country. Contractors will participate in two days of classroom instruction, hands-on installation, and a great opportunity to network while earning…

Social Media Leading Nonprofits Worldwide

The vast majority of nonprofit organizations worldwide see social media as an effective tool for online brand awareness, recruiting volunteers and online fundraising but only one-third have a developed social media strategy. Over 5,000 non-governmental organizations across 164 countries and six continents were recently surveyed regarding social media use, mobile technology, web and email communications, online…

Millennials are Saving for a Rainy Day

More millennials are saving for a rainy day, according to a new report by Bank of America. In a survey of 2,000 millennials aged 23 to 37, one in six had $100,000 or more saved up, while 47% had at least $15,000 or more in savings — a significant jump from 8% and 33%, respectively,…

Staff Longevity and Creativity in Nonprofit Organizations

A report from CompassPoint found that one third of nonprofit executive directors and over 50 percent of the development directors questioned anticipated leaving their current jobs in less than two years. Alongside this, in 2017 it was found that 81 percent of nonprofits have no retention strategy whatsoever. High turnover can significantly affect nonprofits’ ability…

Reacting to the New Tax Law as a Nonprofit

Is the new tax law making you anxious? You’re not alone. Any strategy that relied on the tax deduction is going to be a whole lot less likely to work. The old tax code provided an incentive for “transactional relationships” between nonprofits and donors. The new tax law will likely see fewer people itemizing, meaning they’ll…

Trends Nonprofits Should Know for 2018

2017 was a good year for nonprofits, with total charitable donations rising to $390 billion in 2016 and projected to rise by 3.8% in 2018. Monetary giving and technological advances are the two biggest shifts that will impact 2018, and here’s how: Tell your story Things are getting more personal. Video engagement is increasing, particularly for…

Companies Trending Towards Flexibility

It’s becoming more uncommon to find companies that require employees be parked in a desk chair from 9-to-5 each day. There are always jobs that will absolutely require you to be physically present for the entirety of your work day, but where possible, companies are beginning to loosen their policies to allow for better work-life…

Most Nonprofits Lack in Leadership and Management

A recently conducted survey by Stanford University concluded that eighty percent of nonprofit organizations struggle with leadership and management issues. Results conveyed that over half of organizations struggle with weak board governance, fundraising, impact evaluation and weak strategic thinking. There were also indications that over twenty-five percent of nonprofit organizations exhibit weak strategic management and…