This year, the IRS stepped in with its vastly revised Form 990. It contains two questions that pointedly ask about your compliance with state Charity Registration laws. An officer signs your 990 under penalty of perjury. Add to that a couple of recent enforcement actions and you’ve got a timely guest blog explaining what this is all about and why you need to pay attention.
The year-end appeal may be as old as the nonprofit world itself. Finding a fresh approach that donors can relate to—pulling at their heartstrings so that they open their purse strings—remains an annual challenge. Read 7 tips to make your case for giving compelling.
GuideStart offers the largest database on nonprofits organizations in the U.S and is used extensively by grant-makers, donors and volunteers looking for accurate and reliable information about nonprofits and the work they do.
Most people never even consider that an organization has an “identity” that could be stolen. The most common form of identity theft at the organizational level is the use of a company’s credit profile, either to fraudulently obtain credit for a separate company or to make purchases in the name of the company.
A computer virus outbreak or a network breach can cost an organization thousands of dollars. Small and medium-sized nonprofits have limited resources and often their IT infrastructure is handle by “accidental techies” and part-time IT consultants. Read seven tips for avoiding common threats at your organization