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The Nonprofit Store is your one-stop-shop for high-quality, affordable DIY tools focused on fundraising, strategic planning, and board governance.
Having your organization’s books in order is crucial, especially after the year-end giving season. Learn a few nonprofit accounting best practices here.
If this is a source of stress for you, you are certainly not alone. But you should know that it doesn’t have to be a continual pain point.
By Jen Pendleton, vice-president, Aly Sterling Philanthropy
Don’t worry, this isn’t another article about the strategic plan that sits on the proverbial shelf.
But it is an article about the BoardSource study, Leading With Intent 2017, that reports that “boards are not fully engaging in strategy.”
Let that statement sink in for a minute. If you’re a board member or executive director, this is probably not surprising. The truth is…
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