September 24, 2022
July 31, 2022

Vu Le’s Community-Centric Fundraising – Nonprofits Who Get Woke Go Broke – Bishop Redfern II

Bishop Redfern II asks the question, "Does Vu Le Hate Donors? Is Community-Centric Fundraising innovative or insipid?" Community-Centric Fundraising is a fundraising model that is grounded in equity and social justice. We prioritize the entire community over individual organizations, foster a sense of belonging and interdependence, present our work not as individual transactions but holistically, and encourage mutual support between nonprofits. ~ Vu Le If you set aside the word salad (interdependence, holistically, mutual support, etc.) your still stuck with the red flags of equity, social justice, community vs. individual, etc. The discerning reader knows exactly where this headed.
June 11, 2022

Nonprofit Employee Retention Credit – $26,000 EACH

Nonprofit Employee Retention Credit – $26,000 Per Team Member is Jimmy LaRose’s take on why charities need to apply for the Employee Retention Credit (ERC). According to LaRose , “It’s been jaw-dropping to see how many nonprofit organizations are FAILING to take advantage of the Employee Retention Credit. I’m not sure charities understand that they already paid their payroll taxes for 2020 and 2021 and if they properly amend and refile their 941 forms the […]
May 11, 2022

Broken for Good: The Way Charity Works In The United States

BROKEN FOR GOOD: The Way Charity Works in the United States of America is MUST SEE VIEWING for foundations and philanthropists  who have the power to give charities what they really need…FREEDOM! The freedom to implement unconventional best practices that respond to the specific needs of their community! Unless we allow charities to invest donor dollars into risk, growth and savings nonprofits will continue to be hamstrung by a poverty mentality. Somewhere along the way, […]
April 25, 2022

Beverly Gurley, South Carolina’s Great Educator – Redfern II

Dr. Beverly Gurley, born in Dillon, SC, entered the workforce with what some would say were limited opportunities. Yet, young Beverly thought different and became a special needs children “assistant-bus-driver” serving families in America’s impoverished South Carolina’s Pee Dee. She valued these families with such love and trust that local administrators elevated her to the position of “senior-bus-driver”. That was all the encouragement she needed. Beverly, as a new wife and mother, enrolled in Coker […]