January 17, 2021
January 10, 2021
NonNonprofit SBA Guidelines PPP2 - Program Re-Opens This Week

Nonprofit SBA Guidelines PPP2 – Program Re-Opens This Week

Nonprofit SBA Guidelines PPP2 – Program Re-Opens This Week is INSIDE CHARITY findings regarding the SBA’s new round of PPP2 loans. The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA), in consultation with the Treasury Department, announced this weekend that the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) will re-open the week of January 11 for new nonprofits and certain existing PPP charities. To promote access to capital, initially only community financial institutions will be able to make First Draw PPP […]
January 3, 2021
PPP2 For Nonprofits Charities & Ministries – Key Differences

PPP2 For Nonprofits Charities & Ministries – Key Differences

PPP2 For Nonprofits Charities & Ministries overviews the key differences between the Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2021 and the first stimulus package approved this past March by Congress ($2 trillion CARES Act.) Please note that guidance and regulations related to this second round of PPP have NOT yet been issued. The SBA is required to
December 29, 2020
Nonprofit Covid Relief Bill - Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2021

Nonprofit Covid Relief Bill – Consolidated Appropriations Act 2021

Nonprofit Covid Relief Bill – Consolidated Appropriations Act 2021 is INSIDE CHARITY’s overview of the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2021 passed by both the U.S. House & Senate and signed into law by the White House on Monday, December 28, 2020. The original CARES Act legislation (spring of 2020) helped many nonprofits with its Paycheck Protection Program. Thousands of charitable organizations nationwide were able to secure forgivable loans from the Small Business Administration to ensure […]
December 20, 2020
Nonprofit PPP EIDL Loans - Emergency Coronavirus Relief Act of 2020

Nonprofit PPP EIDL Loans – Emergency Coronavirus Relief Act of 2020

Nonprofit PPP EIDL Loans – Emergency Coronavirus Relief Act of 2020 overviews what INSIDE CHARITY has learned about legislation being FINALIZED TODAY between the U.S. Senate and U.S. House of Representatives. Hundreds of thousands of charitable organizations have been waiting for a second round of Paycheck Protection Program (“PPP”) loans to keep their nonprofits operational. The “Emergency Coronavirus Relief
November 28, 2020
Board Members Receiving Money- CAUGHT ON VIDEO

Nonprofit Board Members Receiving Money – CAUGHT ON VIDEO

Board Members Receiving Money – CAUGHT ON VIDEO reveals how NANOE board members are provided honorariums for their expert service to the charitable sector. Though compensating directors is a controversial idea it’s one worth considering. Take a second and PRESS THE VIDEO PLAY BUTTON BELOW to see what happens when NANOE’s President, Louis Fawcett, pays his board members. After you’ve watched this
November 20, 2020
Broken for Good Documentary Jimmy LaRose

Broken For Good Documentary Film Shoot – Quitman Georgia – January 13-14, 2021

Broken For Good Documentary Film Shoot will be hosted by CineVantage Productions and PhilanthroFilms at 2330 N. Webster St in Quitman, GA on January 13-14, 2021. Documentary film makers Honnie Korngold,  Nicole Brose and PhilanthroFilms co-founder Cathy Parker are calling on nonprofit administrators, board members, volunteers and donors from across the Southeast to be interviewed and featured in the upcoming film BROKEN FOR GOOD: The Way Charity Works In The United States of America.
November 4, 2020
inside charity post election thank you

Inside Charity Post Election Thank You

Inside Charity Post Election Thank You celebrates the unity, civility and kindness that characterizes the nonprofit sector. Inside Charity steers clear of the political arena and commenting on political parties and candidates. Conversely, we enthusiastically encourage everyone, no matter their beliefs, to actively participate in our democratic system of self-government. We’re grateful for the unprecedented way the American people embraced their most cherished privilege of all in the 2020 election — voting
October 29, 2020
Nonprofit Resistance to Change

Nonprofit Resistance to Change Has Crumbled!

Nonprofit Resistance to Change Has Crumbled!  That’s my sentiment and it captures one of the most striking ways in which life has changed for Nonprofits since the outset of COVID, and even now as we complete the election cycle. If there is one silver lining for Nonprofits in this crisis, it’s that organizations suddenly possess not just the permission
October 29, 2020
Amazon Business for Nonprofits

Amazon Business For Nonprofits

Amazon Business For Nonprofits is Inside Charity’s review of AMAZON BUSINESS’ newest effort to support the charitable, ministry and church sectors. Here’s what the team at Amazon has to share about this important program for 501(c)3 organizations: Amazon believes in the importance of impact organizations who serve locally, nationally and even worldwide. That’s why Amazon Business has been designed especially for the nonprofit sector. We know charities need agility and flexibility to respond to changing […]
October 4, 2020
PPP Charitable Loan Forgiveness

PPP Charitable Loan Forgiveness Hasn’t Started Says SBA

PPP Charitable Loan Forgiveness Hasn’t Started Yet is based on the work of INSIDE CHARITY’s team of researchers. Here’s what they’ve discovered so far: More than 96,000 requests for Paycheck Protection Program loan forgiveness have been submitted to the Small Business Administration since early August, but none were approved. The Treasury Department and SBA have not yet forgiven any of the 5.2 million emergency coronavirus loans issued to nonprofits and small businesses — but that’s about to change. Charities […]
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
June 23, 2020
Medical Benevolence Foundation

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
pam cannell

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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