May 27, 2019
April 7, 2019

6 Reasons To Pay Board Members

Pay Board Members? Last week, with great fanfare and applause, NANOE honored their Board Members with financial compensation for their service to the charitable sector. NANOE’s president, Louis Fawcett, issued checks in the amount of $1,000 for their board meeting held during NANOE’s Convention & Expo in Charleston, SC. During his presentation Fawcett posed the question, “You may not pay your board members but if you did…WHICH ONES WOULD YOU KEEP?” The crowd responded with […]
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April 15, 2019

World Pediatric Project Is FOX NEWS Power Player of the Week

World Pediatric Project was featured by veteran newscaster Chris Wallace on FOX News Sunday’s Power Player of The Week. Wallace’s fast-paced interview celebrated the significant impact World Pediatric Project has in medically under-sourced countries around the world. Susan Rickman, World Pediatric Project CEO, shared, “Imagine your child needing heart surgery, brain surgery, or another form of highly complex procedure WITH NO ACCESS to a skilled surgery team, technology, equipment, or post-operative care needed to support […]
from | Top Nonprofit
May 1, 2019

Partnering for Good: The MAX Challenge Day of Giving

On a beautiful Saturday in April, TopNonprofits’ own Amy DeVita spent the afternoon at The Red Mill Museum Village in Clinton, New Jersey, for the MAX Challenge Day of Giving. Though this year was the first for the Clinton location, the MAX Challenge Day of Giving events have taken place for the last three years in over 60 communities nationwide.   With a goal of raising awareness, support, and funds for individual charities, the Day […]
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April 14, 2019
NANOE Secrets Louis Fawcett

Louis Fawcett Reveals Secrets to NANOE’s Meteoric Rise

The secret to NANOE’s meteoric rise was revealed by Louis Fawcett at their Biennial Convention & Expo bringing NANOE Members to a standing ovation during his opening keynote. Fawcett insisted that charitable workers no longer stand for the craziness of nonprofit dysfunction. How? Louis challenged audience members to stop going to staff meetings, end useless board gatherings, fire unqualified executive directors and quit their job if being underpaid. He demanded that nonprofit leaders no longer […]
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May 24, 2019

8 Tips on How to Plan Your First Event

Events are a cornerstone of nonprofit development. You hear about fun runs, auctions and galas, but for a new nonprofit, it’s hard to know where to start. With this guide, you’ll be able to plan your first event that leaves a lasting impact on your attendees and the future of your nonprofit. 1. Make sure an event is the best option Events are fun and can be beneficial, but they may not always be the […]
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May 23, 2019
Wegner CPAs Scott Haumersen

Wegner CPAs Has The Answers Charities Need

Wegner CPAs’ Scott Haumersen, NANOE Treasurer and Board Member, is a CHAMPION FOR CHANGE throughout the charitable sector. Haumersen serves the our sector by both overseeing NANOE’s finances and expanding Wegner CPAs’ services to nonprofit’s across the United States. He’s fond of saying, “NANOE has the answer’s charities need!” Here’s a word from Scott: Wegner CPAs is about people – our clients, our employees, our community. Our professionals guide individuals, businesses and nonprofits with personal […]
April 27, 2019
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Cause Inspired Media Works With Google & Nonprofits

A different kind of marketing firm, Cause Inspired Media is a Google Ad Grants Certified Professional that works exclusively with nonprofit organizations to manage their digital advertising. The Google Ad Grants Program has been at the heart of Cause Inspired Media’s mission since their inception. As experts, they excel in harnessing the power of Google Ads to increase capacity building for nonprofit organizations, which frees their staff to remain focused on mission-based work. Honed by […]
April 26, 2019
NANOE has it right Jack Horak

NANOE Has It Right – They’re Not Your Grandparent’s Nonprofit Association

NANOE has it right. As I mentioned in last month’s column, I attended and spoke at the annual meeting of the National Association of Nonprofit Organizations and Executives (NANOE) in Charleston on March 26th and 27th. Why does NANOE has it right? NANOE is not your “grandparent’s nonprofit association” in that it is bold and brave enough to bring truly independent and unconventional thought to the nonprofit public square — and is not shy about […]