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Small Nonprofits Stand to Benefit from Blockchain Too

Multinationals have been embracing blockchain for years. In the next five years, corporate blockchain investments will exceed $60 billion. Big nonprofits aren’t far behind. Blockchain has proven to be more secure than centralized ledgers. It’s immutable records ensure paper trails are always audit-ready. Smart contracts - the self-fulfilling agreements at the heart of blockchain - reinforce trust across an organization.


Why Spend Visibility is Key for Non-Profit Businesses

It’s no secret that non-profits are typically operating on limited budgets since they frequently rely on donors to fund their various programs and services. In fact, 66.3 percent of non-profits have a budget of less than $1 million. For this reason alone, many non-profit businesses are cognizant of their spend and try to eliminate as many overhead costs as possible to ensure that a high percentage of donations are put toward core programs and high demand services. This is where effective spend management software comes into play.


Gender Pay Gap

The gender pay gap is real and it becomes even more pronounced as women move up the ladder in their careers. According to research, men get paid more for the same job as women in many organizations.


3 Mobility Solutions For Successful Fundraising For Your Nonprofit

Philanthropic giving is constantly on the rise and a big reason behind that is the carefully thought out strategies applied by nonprofits in order to raise funds for the various causes they support.


Digital donations empower charitable giving anywhere

Nonprofit and faith-based giving is set to explode thanks to the rapid adoption of digital payment technology. Driven by the need to meet donors wherever they are, omnichannel donations--those derived from a multitude of online, mobile and social media platforms--are becoming increasingly important to the success of any organization’s giving strategy.


The Four Crucial Stages of Collaborative Learning

This year marks the 10-year anniversary of the Chicago Benchmarking Collaborative (CBC), a partnership of seven well-established education and human services agencies that have committed to working together to implement data-informed program improvements. In honor of this milestone, the CBC has published a how-to guide to help other nonprofits increase their mission impact through collaboration.  


Keeping Partisanship out of Nonprofit Donations

For decades, nonprofit organizations have offered solutions to many problems that exist in our society. From disasters which have affected the living conditions of people in different areas to attempting to raise the living standards in the community, the donations made by nonprofits have made a huge impact on society. Nonpartisanship has become a cornerstone of nonprofits that has strengthened the trust of these organizations by the public allowing charitable and philanthropic communities to continue to grow. Federal tax law has protected charitable organizations, foundations, and religious congregations from political interference, political consultants, and operatives who may use them for financial gain and other activities.


How Individuals & Workforces Can Get Involved in Community Volunteer Opportunities

There is a common thread in what makes great companies and great communities: people!  Both are at the heart of strengthening goals and outcomes in tangible ways. For companies, community involvement can help align employees around a common cause that helps to strengthen a brand, build customer and employee loyalty, and has the power to ultimately attract new hires and new customers. Individuals can learn new skills, expand their network and, according to multiple studies, improve their happiness and health.


Turning the Data Challenge into an Opportunity for Sustained Social Good - Part 2

In part 1, we discussed the growing amount of data created by not-for-profit (NfP) organizations every day. Along with copious amounts of data, stakeholders and donors expect to receive timely information when asked for. It’s important that, with the profuse number of guidelines, standards, codes and more that govern data management, NfPs make sure the organization meets all the requirement in order to drive the organization forward.


Nonprofit Data Challenges - Part 1

In our informational society, the amount of data created by not-for-profit (Nfp) organizations continues to grow exponentially.


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