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Corporate Social Responsibility for a Data Age

Corporate Social Responsibility for a Data Age

Originally posted on Stanford Social Innovation Review by Stefaan G. Verhulst. Proprietary data can help improve and save lives, but fully harnessing its potential will require a cultural transformation in the way companies, governments, and other organizations treat...
Special events considered unique risks for non-profits

Special events considered unique risks for non-profits

Originally posted on Insurance Business America by Bethan Moorcraft. Non-profit organizations use special events as a key source of fundraising for their organizations. These fundraisers run the gamut from traditional events like dinners, auctions, fun-runs and golf...
Maintaining An Effective Nonprofit Board

Maintaining An Effective Nonprofit Board

The severity of the risks associated with not-for-profit board members shortcomings came fully into focus for Cheryl Olson, CPA, CGMA, while she was having coffee earlier this year with Elizabeth Grant. Grant is attorney-in-charge of the Charitable...
Digital Ad Campaign Basics for Nonprofits

Digital Ad Campaign Basics for Nonprofits

According to a study done by Web Strategies Inc., marketing budgets for for-profit companies are between 7 to 12 percent of total revenue. Nonprofits don’t have that luxury for digital ads. If yours is like most nonprofits out there, your paid marketing and...
How Trust in a Nonprofit Gets Lost—and Then Found Again

How Trust in a Nonprofit Gets Lost—and Then Found Again

How does it happen that a nonprofit organization that is admired and respected can lose the public’s trust almost overnight? Or, as in the case of ECHO Housing in Evansville, Illinois, literally overnight? As recently as March 2018, ECHO Housing was known for helping...