3 traits of growth-oriented nonprofits

What does it take to grow a nonprofit from a concept to a $2 million-plus revenue organization? A November 2016 study attempted to answer this question by surveying 200 social entrepreneurs funded by impact investing portfolios such as the Skoll Foundation and Silicon Valley Social Venture Fund. Even if your organization’s growth goals are relatively […]

Bidding made better with go/no-go analysis

To bid or not to bid? For contractors, this is always the question. When times are tough, you may be tempted to bid on anything and everything. During a more stable economic climate, however, you can and perhaps should be as selective as possible. How to make this critical decision is the question beneath the […]

Facilitating a smooth independent audit

Few of us enjoy taking tests, and unfortunately that’s what independent audits sometimes feel like. Even if you have no reason to be anxious about what your nonprofit’s auditor will find, preparing for and accommodating an audit can be stressful for you and your staff. But if you understand what the process entails and ensure […]