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Written on Apr 5, 2022

Lease accounting urgency ramps up for nonprofits 
For the past several years, nonprofits have wondered whether implementation of FASB's lease accounting standard would be required before the end of the year, and each year, there has been some sort of delay that kept adoption far out on the horizon. Now, the waiting is over. 

14 simple ways nonprofit leaders can acknowledge staff contributions 
Nonprofit organizations are sustained through the combined efforts of leaders and staff members. As nonprofits continue to navigate the ongoing impact of the pandemic, acknowledging the work being done by employees and volunteers can help staff members feel appreciated for their efforts. 

100+ fundraising tasks for your nonprofit’s board 
Many nonprofit organizations struggle to engage their board members with fundraising, especially the act of asking another person for money. 

The 6 questions you need to ask before launching a capital campaign 
Capital campaigns can often be a temptation for nonprofits wishing to grow their budgets quickly. But to be successful, a capital campaign needs to come with a well-thought-out plan. Here are the key questions to ask before starting a capital campaign. 

Tech Corner – Why Apple’s logo has a bite taken out of it 
Not only does the bite mark imply that the shape represents a fruit you’d typically take a bite out of while eating, but it also gives the apple shape a sense of scale.