Tax Implications for Online Donations

Thanks so much to Alexander Garbera for asking a great question in response to our last post on using the internet to fundraise.  I'll do my best to answer it here.

Let me start out this post by saying up front that if you have any questions about taxes, you should definitely consult a professional - a CPA or a tax attorney, for example. Read more...

Fundraising Online: Online Shopping Malls

With the advancement of technology comes opportunity for nonprofit organizations. The Internet offers more and more methods for fundraising every year. Simply setting up your organization’s web site to accept donations is just the tip of the iceberg in today’s world of technology. Read more...

Optimize Your Web Site for Users with Disabilities

In today's environment, web sites are one of the best outreach tools that nonprofits have. They not only inform the public of the organization's mission and programs, but they also serve as its face. It's important that the site be friendly and inviting to users, or they will spend little time getting to know the nonprofit. Read more...

Accepting Donations Through Your Organization's Website

In an earlier post, I discussed how internet activism allows nonprofits to reach a technologically savvy audience through the web. This is good because a) it gives your organization the opportunity to send your message further out into the world, and b) it gives potential donors a way to contribute funds quickly and easily. Read more...

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