August 14, 2020
August 8, 2020
Nonprofit Stimulus Package - Second PPP Loans For Charities

Nonprofit Stimulus Package – 2nd Round of PPP Loans For Charities?

Nonprofit Stimulus Package – Second PPP Loans For Charities overviews what we know about the ongoing negotiations between the U.S. Senate and U.S. House of Representatives regarding the second stimulus package. Unfortunately time ran out before Congress could find common ground. In response to the stalemate, President Trump signed four executive actions Saturday aimed at delivering relief to Americans struggling with the economic fallout of the coronavirus pandemic.  These orders include a $400-per-week supplemental unemployment […]
July 26, 2020

Boys & Girls Club Raise $4 Million Dollars – No Feasibility Study

See the 2 minute video above to experience this Southeast Georgia Miracle! BROOKS COUNTY, GA – Crews in Brooks County having finished a new public Boys & Girls Club Community Center in Quitman, GA. On Friday, Mystic Pools completed construction on a new pool for the Boys and Girls Club of Brooks County. It’s the final part of a $4 million expansion project, landing the Boys and Girls Club on a new location. The development […]
July 13, 2020
PPP Nonprofit Loan Forgiveness

PPP Nonprofit Loan Forgiveness Comes Early

PPP Nonprofit Loan Forgiveness Comes Early is based on SBA guidance released last month declaring that PPP recipients can apply for loan forgiveness early. In a 34-page interim final rule (IFR) issued in consultation with Treasury, the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) addresses a number of issues related to the PPP, which was created by the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act to provide forgivable loans to small businesses, not-for-profits, and certain other entities […]
June 24, 2020
$46,154 Per Employee - PPP Nonprofit Loan Forgiveness

$46,154 Per Employee – PPP Nonprofit Loan Forgiveness

$46,154 Per Employee – PPP Nonprofit Loan Forgiveness is Inside Charity’s overview of next steps for nonprofits seeking PPP Loan Forgiveness. The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA), in consultation with Treasury, released Wednesday a revised loan forgiveness application for the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP). The SBA also unveiled a new EZ application for forgiveness of PPP loans. The applications reflect changes to the PPP made by the Paycheck Protection Flexibility Act of 2020
June 15, 2020
New Application PPP Nonprofit Loan Forgiveness Charity

Revised PPP Nonprofit Loan Forgiveness Application – June 18, 2020

New Application PPP Nonprofit Loan Forgiveness overviews everything you need to know about the revised PPP Loan Forgiveness Application Form PLUS the newly issued Form 3508EZ. REVISED PPP LOAN FORGIVENESS APPLICATION FORM – JUNE 16 – DOWNLOAD HERE PPP LOAN FORGIVENESS APPLICATION FORM 3508EZ – JUNE 16 – DOWNLOAD HERE On June 5th, President Trump signed the Paycheck Protection Program Flexibility Act of 2020, which made significant changes to the PPP program. The Bill he […]
June 10, 2020
What Happens to Nonprofits When Defunding Police - Kathleen Robinson

What Happens to Nonprofits When Defunding Police? – Kathleen Robinson

What Happens to Nonprofits When Defunding Police is Professor Kathleen Robinson take on a fiery issue affecting all of civil society. Here’s what she has to share: It is not surprising that some of the public wants to dismantle the policing system. When major safety, health and well-lbeing issues are ignored by society’s institutions, the very institutions set up to protect people and ensure justice are considered no longer viable.
May 31, 2020
PCharity PPP Loan Flexibility Act

Charity PPP Loan Flexibility Act – Seven Things Nonprofits Need to Know

Charity PPP Loan Flexibility Act – Seven Things Nonprofits Need to Know is INSIDE CHARITY’s review of the new Paycheck Protection Program Flexibility Act which “attempts” to ease restrictions on charities as they seek loan forgiveness under the Paycheck Protection Program authorized by the CARES Act. While there is optimism in Washington that this new bill will reach President Trump’s desk for signature, there is no guarantee of when or if this may happen. And, until […]
May 28, 2020
Nonprofit PPP Flexibility Act - May 28, 2020

Nonprofit PPP Flexibility Act Passes House – May 28, 2020

Nonprofit PPP Flexibility Act celebrates the U.S. House of Representatives bipartisan legislation passed today to give nonprofits more flexibility with the loans they received to keep their charities afloat. The Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) Flexibility Act of 2020 passed with a 417-1 vote and now heads to the Senate (WHERE IT IS EXPECTED TO PASS!) “Millions of nonprofit organizations in this country are one step closer to meaningful relief,”  Rep. Dean Phillips, D-Minn., and Chip Roy, […]
May 22, 2020
Nonprofit PPP Forgiveness May Be Harder To Receive Than Original Loan

Nonprofit PPP Forgiveness May Be Harder To Receive Than Original Loan

Nonprofit PPP Forgiveness May Be Harder To Receive Than Original Loan is Inside Charity’s update on what nonprofits will face in the next days and weeks regarding the CARES Act. Banks are preparing for a flood of applications from nonprofits for loan forgiveness marshaling staff to help charities navigate a complicated process that recalls the confusing early days of the relief effort. Nonprofits that received PPP funding in early April can start to submit forgiveness […]
May 17, 2020
PPP Loan Forgiveness Application, Template And Video for Nonprofits

PPP Loan Forgiveness Application, Template And Video for Nonprofits

PPP Loan Forgiveness Application, Template & Video for Nonprofits provides charitable execs clarification and the tools they need to turn a portion (or all) of their PPP Loan into a grant. Produced over the weekend by the team at QuickBooks University and reviewed by INSIDE CHARITY these utilities make sense of what is arguably the next important
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
June 13, 2020
Maxie Carpenter Predicts Future

Maxie Carpenter Predicts, “The Future of Nonprofit Work is Already Here”

Maxie Carpenter Predicts, “The Future of Nonprofit Work is Already Here” is is Maxie’s take on the massive changes occurring in the way nonprofits do business. As software continues to consume the globe, organizations must find ways to build more innovative and collaborative teams. For these organizations, the future of work is here today. How
May 28, 2020
Bernard Boudreaux - Virtual Fundraising During COVID-19

Bernard Boudreaux – Virtual Fundraising During COVID-19

Bernard Boudreaux – Virtual Fundraising During COVID-19 is Boudreaux’s take on how to raise money during these new and uncertain times. Here’s what Bernard has to share: “Necessity is the mother of invention” is an expression that has inspired many a business
May 28, 2020
Maxie Carpenter Challenges

Maxie Carpenter Reveals, “Nonprofit Boards Make COVID-19 Tougher”

Maxie Carpenter Reveals, “Nonprofit Boards Make COVID-19 Reboot Much Tougher” is Maxie’s recognition that nonprofit board of directors need to stay in their “governance lane!” Here’s what the founder of The Leadership Consortium has to share: This forced
May 28, 2020
Jayne Agency Brooke Foley Inside Charity Article

Jayne Agency – The Unexpected “Generation Gap” in 501c3 Staff Engagement

Jayne Agency – The Unexpected “Generation Gap” in 501c3 Staff Engagement is Brooke Foley’s take on how to get the most out of multi-generational team members. Here’s what Brooke has to share about Establishing The Challenge (Part 1): At Jayne Agency, we’re
May 20, 2020
Jackson Doggette Seventh Day Adventist

Jackson Doggette Shares, “How to Grow Church Offerings in the Digital Age”

Jackson Doggette Shares, “How to Grow Church Offerings in the Digital Age”  is Doggette’s take on how churches must change to survive our “new normal.” Here’s what he has to say: COVID-19 (coronavirus) has forced society in the United States of America

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