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$46,154 Per Employee - PPP Nonprofit Loan Forgiveness

$46,154 Per Employee – PPP Nonprofit Loan Forgiveness

$46,154 Per Employee – PPP Nonprofit Loan Forgiveness is Inside Charity’s overview of next steps for nonprofits seeking PPP Loan Forgiveness. The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA), in consultation with Treasury, released Wednesday a revised loan forgiveness application for the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP). The SBA also unveiled a new EZ application for forgiveness of PPP loans. The applications reflect changes to the PPP made by the Paycheck Protection Flexibility Act of 2020
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June 12, 2020
Jim Eskin Board Fundraising COVID-19

Jim Eskin Says, “Board Fundraising is Now a Necessity”

Jim Eskin Says, “Board Fundraising is Now a Necessity” is veteran fundraisers Jim Eskin’s take on the roles of nonprofit boards in the era of COVID-19. Here’s what he has to share: When my wife Andrea and I launched Eskin Fundraising Training June 1, 2018, our motivation was to combine two passions: Empower non-profit board members, volunteers and staff to overcome the fear of asking for gifts, and to venture out on my own. I […]
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June 19, 2020

Nonprofits vs Socialism – Maxie Carpenter

Nonprofits vs Socialism is Maxie Carpenter’s take on the cultural and political revolutions we face as a nation in uncertain times. Definition: Socialism is a political, social, and economic philosophy encompassing a range of economic and social systems characterized by social ownership of the means of production and workers’ self-management of enterprise as well as the political theories and movements associated with such systems. Social ownership can be public, collective, or cooperative ownership, or citizen […]
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July 6, 2020
Nonprofit CEO Employment Contracts

Nonprofit CEO Employment Contracts – Jack Horak

Nonprofit CEO Employment Contracts is legal scholar Jack Horak’s insights on how to protect everyone’s interest whey performing a professional hire. Here’s what Jack Horak of The Alliance for Nonprofit Growth and Opportunity has to share: Nonprofits often think of employment contracts as an unnecessary expense, as an impediment to trust and confidence, and as a mere statement of “for how long and for how much.” To the contrary, at the chief executive officer level […]
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July 10, 2020

10 Nonprofits Making the Most of the Google Ad Grant

This post was sponsored by Nonprofit Megaphone When disaster strikes, nonprofits are often the first organizations to be creative and adapt to new circumstances. These inspiring organizations have taken the Google Ad Grant, which gives them $10,000/month to spend on ads in Google Search, and added in their own creativity to create spectacular outcomes.  Hopefully these examples can help inspire some creativity for you too! We are proud to work with each of these nonprofits […]
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July 6, 2020
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Nonprofits vs Communism – What Happens When You Give Everyone Everything?

Nonprofits vs Communism – What Happens When You Give Everyone Everything? is Maxie Carpenter’s addendum to his last post What of Socialism & Nonprofits? I’d ask all of us doing the work of human and social services to consider the following. Most don’t know that the English language is almost alone among major languages in having the
June 23, 2020
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Medical Benevolence Foundation Supports Pastors During Pandemic

Medical Benevolence Foundation (MBF) Supports Pastors During Pandemic is Tracy Ebarb’s take on how to increase church giving during COVID-19. Here’s what Tracy has to share. “For the first 8 months of our fiscal year we were running at 100% of projected giving. Once the virus hit we dropped down to 80% right away. To finish our fiscal year
June 13, 2020
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Pam Cannell – COVID-19 Illustrates the Need for Strong Nonprofit Leadership

Pam Cannell – COVID-19 Illustrates the Need for Strong Nonprofit Leadership is Pam Cannel’s take on issues nonprofits face while navigating COVID-19. Pam is the CEO of BoardBuild. Here’s what she has to share: The ability of any organization to respond quickly and effectively to unforeseen, sometimes seismic, shifts has long been the

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