Starting a Nonprofit
Starting a nonprofit with no cash can be a challenge, but it isn’t impossible. These steps will help you find the money necessary to achieve your mission.
Starting a nonprofit is intimidating—but what’s scarier is seeing it go. Between rules and complications, it might seem like the odds are stacked against your organization. With a dose of helpful knowledge, though, you can be equipped for whatever comes your way.
Today, October 21, is Back to the Future Day. Twenty-six years ago, the second chapter in one of the finest trilogies of all time was released. Let’s look at several specific quotes from the movie and what you, the nonprofit professional, can learn from them.
Nonprofits are all working toward the same purpose, but when they come together they can achieve more. This teamwork is manifested through partnerships, management agreements or even a full-fledged merger.
Not all good in the world is done by nonprofits. Some times, the nonprofit business model is not the right setup for your organization. Here is a guide to several types of private organizations that could be right for your organization.
There are 29 different types of 501(c) organizations and how you classify your nonprofit will have a big difference on what type of actions are legal and how you manage your finances. You don’t need to know all of them, so here is an overview of some of the more common options and differences between each.
Nonprofits in small towns play by a little different rules. While a tighter-knit community and lower cost of living usually work to a their benefit, they often have to be more creative to overcome limitations.