May 16, 2021
April 1, 2021
Nonprofit Workers Unionize Kathleen Robinson Inside Charity

Nonprofit Workers Unionize – Good or Bad for Charity?

Nonprofit Workers Unionize is Dr. Kathleen Robinson’s take on a recent move by nonprofit workers in Minnesota to enter collective bargaining. Workers at the Minnesota Council of Nonprofits (MCN) announced in March they are unionizing. The announcement came two days after they asked management of the organization to grant voluntary recognition during a biweekly staff meeting. Minnesota Council of Nonprofits’ Executive Director Jon Pratt, has not yet voluntarily recognized the union. The Minnesota StarTribune reported […]
April 3, 2021

NANOE’s 2021 Convention & Expo – April 20-21

NANOE’s 2021 Convention & Expo will be hosted live and online April 20-21, 2021. Are you the type of executive who doesn’t go to conferences & seminars anymore? You figured out long ago that wasting valuable time on worn-out re-treaded workshop topics wasn’t for you. Or maybe you remember the time you were sitting in a keynote address and realized you should be the one presenting because you knew more about the topic than the […]
April 10, 2021
Biden Nonprofit Infrastructure Bill

Biden Nonprofit Infrastructure Bill

Biden Nonprofit Infrastructure Bill is Inside Charity’s initial review of the “Build Back Better Recovery Plan.” On the heels of Congress passing the American Rescue Plan less than two weeks ago, the Biden administration is expected to soon introduce another major funding package that includes billions of dollars for nonprofits, schools and early childhood education. Citing anonymous administration sources, multiple news outlets, including The New York Times and CNBC, reported Monday that roughly half the proposal would focus […]
April 11, 2021
Nonprofit EIDL Loans Expand for Charities

Nonprofit EIDL Loans Expand for Charities

Nonprofit EIDL Loans Expand for Charities is Inside Charity’s overview of the SBA’s decision to expand support for nonprofits in economic distress. Last week the U.S. Small Business Administration tripled the maximum amount that nonprofits can borrow under the COVID-19 Economic Injury Disaster Loans (EIDL)