Nonprofits can benefit from energy-efficient tax deduction
Nonprofits can now benefit from tax deductions if they install energy-efficient equipment in new or renovated buildings that they own.
7 things every nonprofit should do before implementing new software
As exciting as new software can be, making the move to new technology can also seem intimidating. It requires change, and change can often bring anxiety. Here are seven things you can do to help ensure your new software implementation goes more smoothly and stays on track.
Funding for small nonprofits: State surpluses lead to creative thinking and advocacy
Nonprofit advocates nationwide are watching what happens in Maryland where nonprofits are pushing an idea that would help the smallest charities in the state tap into a $100 million a year fund to expand their work.
5 ways foundations should help grantees in uncertain economy
Most foundation leaders are careful stewards of foundation assets, but the mission of a charitable foundation is not to preserve assets but to use them when and where needed. Foundations must resist the urge to “hunker down” amid economic uncertainty.