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July 7, 2021

The 8 Types of Nonprofit Waste (and How to Fix Them)

Nonprofits love to talk about impact. A less popular topic? Waste. Remember that time on Survivor when J’Tia threw all of the tribe’s rice into the fire? Waste is like that. It’s the single greatest enemy to nonprofit impact. Let’s face it: any precious time, energy, money, and other resources that don’t go toward positive world-change isn’t just a missed opportunity—it’s reinforcing false stereotypes that nonprofits are unequipped. The good news is, nonprofit leaders don’t […]
July 2, 2021

Nonprofit Side Hustle Ideas For Clever Cash Flow

Are you looking for some creative ways to earn funds for your organization? When you think of a side hustle, you might think of cosmetics, oils, juice cleanses and other related sales. But additional revenue doesn’t have to come from these sources. There are plenty of side hustle options that nonprofits can adopt for some extra cash flow. Check out these clever ways for using partnerships and idle income streams to supplement core revenue channels. […]
June 30, 2021

The Accounting Basics Every Nonprofit Team Member Should Know

Financial literacy is an area where “fake until you make it” doesn’t apply. In a sector where budgets are typically tight, there is no position exempt from understanding some basic accounting principles. This blog will be a great place to start, but if you find yourself praying no one asks you questions about the financials in your next board meeting, you may want to check out our Nonprofit Accounting Essentials course in partnership with The […]
June 25, 2021

Are You Ready for Grant Funding?

This blog was sponsored by BryteBridge Nonprofit Solutions So, you want to start applying for grants? Great! Grants are a great additional revenue source for nonprofits. Grantors can often be long-term relationships that have lasting impacts on organizations and the communities they serve. Plus, grants can be incredibly helpful in maintaining programs and services, as well as expanding on them. However, grant funding is an exercise in patience. There is a myth that as soon […]