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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 […]
September 8, 2020

Major Gifts Ramp-Up Virtual Fundraising – Charities Are Finally Receiving the Millions They Need During COVID-19

Major Gifts Ramp-Up Virtual Fundraising celebrates National Development Institute’s success in raising millions of dollars for charities during COVID-19. Here’s what Jimmy LaRose, creator of the Major Gifts Ramp-Up Model has to share about their dramatic transition to virtual fundraising: We are now living through what is likely the greatest adaptive leadership challenge facing the world; this is not a mere blip, many things have already changed and will be changed forever. Our work in […]
August 27, 2020
Virtual Nonprofit Fundraising Jimmy LaRose Charlotte Berry

Virtual Nonprofit Fundraising – Why Donors Love It – Charlotte Berry

Virtual Nonprofit Fundraising – Why Donors Love It – Is a video-teleconference conversation with Charlotte Berry known around the world as America’s Volunteer and world renowned fundraiser Jimmy LaRose. Watch how Charlotte & Jimmy have been recruiting new donors, board members and volunteers during COVID-19. They’ve determined that DONORS ARE GIVING MORE THAN EVER! VIRTUAL NONPROFIT FUNDRAISING EVENTS ALLOW YOUR ORGANIZATION TO: 1. Engage more people 2. Shift costs to technology (in most cases expense […]
August 8, 2020
Nonprofit Stimulus Package - Second PPP Loans For Charities

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

DECEMBER 21, 2020 – UPDATED – VISIT HERE – NONPROFIT PPP EIDL LOANS – EMERGENCY CORONAVIRUS RELIEF ACT OF 2020 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 […]
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
April 22, 2020
Combating Nonprofit Burnout with Mindfulness

Combating Nonprofit Burnout with Mindfulness

Combating Nonprofit Burnout with Mindfulness is Beth Kanter and Aliza Sherman’s take on the importance of self-care when working for a charitable organization. Here’s what they have to say: Burnout is a condition often found in the nonprofit world. What is burnout? Burnout can be defined as a state of emotional, mental, and physical exhaustion
March 28, 2020
Marlowe Foster Says Mothers Charities Nonprofit 501c3

Marlowe Foster Says, “My Mom Was Right”

Marlowe Foster Says, “My Mother Was Right” was written by veteran fundraiser Marlowe Foster, who shares his Mother’s wisdom who said. “I always keep a little money in my back pocket. You never know when you are going to need it.” – Alma Foster Covid-19 struck with a swiftness and that back pocket money time is now.
March 28, 2020
Jim Eskin Explains COVID-19 Charity

Jim Eskin Explains, “The 4Rs of COVID-19”

Jim Eskin Explains, “The 4Rs In The Age of COVID-19” was written by fundraising veteran Jim Eskin. Here’s what he has to share: We all share something profoundly important in common: There is so much more that we don’t know than what we do know. People around the world are responding to and transitioning to a reality that we just haven’t
March 11, 2020
Nonprofit Fundraising Jim Eskin

Fundraising – 10 Things I’ve Learned

Nonprofit Fundraising – 10 Things I’ve Learned was written by Jim Eskin of Eskin Fundraising Training. Let’s see what he has to share. For more than 15 years, I’ve dreamed of becoming a fundraising trainer/consultant. In May 2018, we took the plunge and launched Eskin Fundraising Training. This is for sure: It’s keeping me busy
March 10, 2020
Hall Powell Fundraising

Hall Powell Asks, “What’s So Special About Special Events?”

Hall Powell asks the question “What’s so special about special events?” Let’s hear what this veteran fundraiser has to say: In my more than 36 years as a fundraising professional I was privileged and blessed to serve three major healthcare institutions as the chief development officer for a period of twelve years, and an additional twenty–two years serving the nonprofit sector as a consultant to an array of organizations, helping them to build successful, comprehensive […]
March 6, 2020
Maxie Carpenter Challenges Nonprofits

Maxie Carpenter Challenges Nonprofits to Self-Navigate

Maxie Carpenter challenges nonprofits to self-navigate into March of 2020! Moving fast, isn’t it? The pace of time and change isn’t abating and the challenges facing Nonprofits are accelerating accordingly. It feels like you’re being fed like a hummingbird with a fire hose, does it not? I’ve been writing for a significant portion of 2018 and 2019 about the trends that were going to manifest themselves in 2020 with significant impact. Truth be told, those […]
January 4, 2020
PAAS Kay Stout

PAAS Rescues 5,000th Dog for Adoption – Kay Stout

PAAS (Peaceful Animal Adoption Shelter, pronounced “paws”) opened on historic Route 66 in Vinita, OK, on April, 2015. PAAS is dedicated to the rescue, temporary care, and adoption of homeless and unwanted cats and dogs. PAAS has created a number of innovative programs to accomplish our mission. Through these programs, PAAS: Subsidized spay/neuter services for animals belonging to income-qualified pet owners Conducts out-of- state transport for homeless dogs from Oklahoma municipal shelters Manages a Trap-Neuter- Release […]
January 4, 2020
Jim Eskin Fundraising

Jim Eskin publishes 10 Simple Fundraising Lessons

Jim Eskin, a San Antonio-based fundraising trainer and consultant, announced the publication of his book, 10 Simple Fundraising Lessons, a common-sense guide to overcoming the fear of asking for gifts. The lessons in Eskin’s book are based on his career as a higher education fundraising professional and his experience training non-profit board members, staff and volunteers. Since founding Eskin Fundraising Training, LLC, last year, he has led some 50 workshops and training sessions attended by […]
December 29, 2019
Maxie Carpenter Shares 2020 New Years Resolutions

Maxie Carpenter Shares, “Top 5 Nonprofit Resolutions for 2020”

Maxie Carpenter shares the top five 5 RC Factors (Resistance to Change) in the Nonprofit Sector. The timing couldn’t be better to highlight five (5) recommendations for Nonprofits to adopt as New Year’s resolutions moving into 2020. These recommendations are deriving from five (5) significant trends that are reshaping the sector and will force Nonprofit organizations to either adapt and transform or be left behind. 1. The need to increase compensation for Staff will no […]
November 22, 2019
Giving Assistant

Giving Assistant – 9 Ideas for Raising More Money

Giving Assistant and Laura Newcomer share 9 ideas for raising more money. That’s a question heard around nonprofit headquarters across America—and sometimes it’s accompanied by a lot of hand-wringing or face-palming or (if you’re really feeling stuck) the occasional bout of tears. When you’ve been working in the nonprofit space for a while, it’s easy to feel like all the good fundraising ideas have already been taken. We won’t sugarcoat it: It’s true that bake […]

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