April 13, 2021
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)
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 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 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 […]
March 21, 2021
Nonprofit Stimulus Bill 2021 - American Rescue Act

Nonprofit American Rescue Act Stimulus Bill 2021

Nonprofit American Rescue Act Stimulus Bill 2021 takes a broader view of the different ways nonprofits benefit regardless of one’s political view. President Biden signed the $1.9-trillion coronavirus relief package into law and includes billions for nonprofits and public service. The $1.9 trillion American Rescue Plan Act, authorizes federal spending for much needed economic relief and poverty alleviation. There are a number of provisions directly impacting nonprofits, thanks in large part to the efforts of many […]
March 6, 2021
Nonprofit American Rescue Plan Act Inside Charity

Nonprofit American Rescue Plan Act of 2021

Nonprofit American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 is based on INSIDE CHARITY’s direct communication with U.S. Senate & House leadership and provides an overview of how new legislation would affect charities and nonprofits. Saturday morning, March 6th, the House passed the American Rescue Plan Act, the bill to enact President Biden’s $1.9 trillion set of proposals to address the health and economic effects of the coronavirus pandemic. Senate Majority Leader Schumer (D-NY) has said he […]
February 21, 2021
Nonprofit PPP2 Working Better This Time Around

Nonprofit PPP2 Working Better This Time Around

Nonprofit PPP2 Working Better This Time Around is based on INSIDE CHARITY’s direct communication this past week with the Small Business Administration (SBA). The number of Paycheck Protection Program (PPP2) loans to U.S. nonprofits and small businesses more than doubled in the fourth week of the second round of pandemic relief aid, according to new data from the SBA. This week, the SBA hit a major milestone of approving $104 billion of PPP funds to […]
February 6, 2021

Nonprofit EIDL Loans TARGETED Round – Feb 2021

Nonprofit EIDL Loans Second Round Available overviews the SBA’s NEW FAQ on Economic Injury Disaster Loans for year 2021. On Friday, February 5, the SBA added a new frequently asked questions which includes information about the application process, eligibility and program criteria. Please read this article carefully. Even though it starts off with some questions about eligibility you may find that your nonprofit is eligible for a second round of EIDL. 1. Can I apply […]
February 4, 2021
NANOE's Board of Governors Convention

NANOE’s Board of Governors Convention & Expo – Virtual Event April 20-21, 2021

NANOE’s Board of Governors Convention & Expo will be hosted Nationwide as a live virtual event on April 20-21, 2021. NANOE and their 2,100 members have poignantly asked the question, “Is Charity Broken for Good?” This group of charitable leaders, named National Association of Nonprofit Organizations and Executives (NANOE), have determined that high-performing nonprofit leaders are entirely frustrated with the dysfunction of nonprofits. NANOE points to the myriad of charitable legislation, tax laws, industry standards, outdated […]
February 4, 2021
PPP2 for Nonprofits

PPP2 for Nonprofits – InsideCharity

PPP2 for Nonprofits is Inside Charity’s UPDATED REPORT on the Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations Act of 2021. Thankfully, PPP2 funding has not yet run out, and the great majority of applications are getting approved in a timely manner so chances are high that your nonprofit will get approved quickly if you apply with a lender soon. The Small Business Administration has reported that it has authorized $5 Billion in new PPP loans since […]
February 21, 2021
Alex Lirtsman Ready Set Rocket

Alex Lirtsman – Ready Set Rocket

Alex Lirtsman of Ready Set Rocket shares why the ‘Crawl, Walk, Run’ methodology is critical for nonprofits and cultural institutions. Here’s how Alex and Ready Set Rocket view what nonprofits are facing during uncertain times: Nonprofit organizations are constantly searching for an edge to stay above the competition with limited resources. This is now more critical than ever as COVID-19 is forcing many institutions to reimagine how they engage and serve the public with slashed […]
February 14, 2021
Bill Novelli

Bill Novelli Says, “Talk, Fight and Win Today’s Tough Challenges”

Bill Novelli Says, “Talk, Fight and Win Today’s Tough Challenges” is INSIDE CHARITY’s overview of Novelli’s book Good Business: The Talk, Fight, Win Way to Change the World. Novelli is a former CEO of AARP. I’ve spent half my long career in the business world and half in nonprofits, with a short stint in government. It’s clear that today’s enormous social and environmental challenges are far too big and too tough to be solved by […]
December 11, 2020
Measuring Nonprofit Employees’ Passion & Performance - Brooke Foley Jayne Agency

Measuring Nonprofit Employees’ Passion & Performance – Brooke Foley

Measuring Nonprofit Employees’ Passion & Performance is Brook Foley’s take on how to build a better internal team. Here’s what Brooke has to share: In Jayne Agency’s ongoing content series about “The Unexpected Generation Gap in 501c3 Engagement,” we uncovered how the disconnect among generational groups- younger millennial staff, C-suite leaders and Boomer board members- prevents many nonprofits from achieving their mission and delivering on expectations of donors and beneficiaries. To begin to close that […]
November 8, 2020
Nonprofit Volunteer Boards Jimmy LaRose

Nonprofit Volunteer Boards Have to Go – Jimmy LaRose

Nonprofit Volunteer Boards Have to Go is industry renowned author Jimmy LaRose’s take on what every charitable executive secretly knows…NONPROFIT BOARDS DON’T WORK AND NEVER WILL. “God first made idiots (that was for practice) then He made boards.” ~Mark Twain After spending twenty-five years in nonprofit management (having worked with over 700 boards) I’ve determined, broadly speaking, there are three types of boards… …mediocre ones, useless ones, and really bad ones. It’s not the fault […]
November 5, 2020
Nonprofit Volunteer SEO Specialists

Nonprofit Volunteer SEO Specialists – Molly Feely

Nonprofit Volunteer SEO Specialists is Molly Feely’s take on how to secure a volunteer SEO expert to ensure your website shows up in search engines. Here’s what Molly has to share: Search Engine Optimization, or SEO, helps increase traffic to your non-profit’s website. By using the right SEO techniques your website will rise in search engine rankings and receive more traffic. However, drawing an audience to your website is only half the battle. Good SEO […]
September 8, 2020
IMASE Nonprofit Credit Card

IMASE Nonprofit Credit Card Services Save Charities Money

IMASE Nonprofit Credit Card Services Save Charities Money introduces Integrated Merchant Alliance (SE) to charities seeking safe, secure and significantly low-cost credit card merchant services. Here’s what IMASE founder, Jason Bundy has to share about making it as easy as possible for donors to make a financial gift: “After many years in the payment processing industry, I see and feel the need for a program designed to recognize and assist Non-Profits in collecting and maximizing […]
August 26, 2020
5 Challenges Nonprofits Face

5 Challenges Nonprofits Face in 2021 – Maxie Carpenter

5 Challenges Nonprofits Face in 2021 is Maxie Carpenter’s take on some serious issues executives face next year. Here’s what Maxie has to share: As society evolves and changes over time, new problems and crises also arise. Fortunately, these new issues can also give rise to innovation, new solutions and some truly necessary new nonprofit organizations. COVID-19 has given rise to the most opportunistic era for Nonprofits we’ve ever seen. The following are the most […]
July 13, 2020
Maxie Carpenter Asks

Maxie Carpenter Asks, “Why Problems That Don’t Exist?”

Maxie Carpenter Asks, “Why Create A Problem That Doesn’t Exist?” is Maxie’s take on how the nonprofit sector should be responding to social unrest. Here’s what he has to share: I’ve been focusing very much on how recent events, beginning with the Pandemic, the tragedy in Minneapolis, and continuing with the protests and riots across the country,
July 12, 2020
501c3 Staff Engagement

501c3 Staff Engagement – Platforming in Stages – Jayne Agency

In The Unexpected “Generation Gap” in 501c3 Staff Engagement Part 1 Establishing the Challenge, we discussed 5 Observations that we learned when we examined multiple 501c3s. One of the most prevalent of those observations was that each function – Staff, C-Suite, board, etc. – had assumptions on how the other functions were associated with
July 6, 2020
nonprofits vs communism

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

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