Mindfulness Activities to Reduce Stress

When we get stressed, sad, anxious, or angry, we typically want those feelings to just disappear. This is completely natural. It can be difficult to sit with uncomfortable emotions, especially when we feel there’s no easy way to relieve them. While distracting ourselves for a few minutes can put us Read More

How to Motivate Your Kids to Do Their Homework

As a parent, you may have experienced the following scenario: Your child comes home in the afternoon from school and immediately drags their feet at the mention of homework or studying. You encourage them to get it done before dinner, but your positivity is met with excuses. This continues until Read More

How to Keep Your Email Subscribers Engaged

Improve your email marketing strategy.   When your nonprofit sends out emails to interested parties, you may see a variety of responses each time. Although that is normal, if your email list gets smaller and smaller, you need to stop and rethink what you’re doing. Having more people unsubscribe Read More

Risk Management Tools: The Proper Use

Risk management tools needed in your nonprofit. Nonprofit organizations are on a mission to change or benefit the world in some way. Because they are so different to for-profit companies, they face unique risks that are often overlooked. Since nonprofit directors are often at the helm guiding the Read More

8 Ways to Show Nonprofit Volunteers That You Care

Tips on how your nonprofit can appreciate your volunteers. Nonprofits often have the support of volunteers who dedicate their time and energy into furthering your cause. If so, you may want to show these people that your nonprofit appreciates what they are doing. Taking the time to recognize Read More

Nonprofit Insurance Explained: Insurance Carrier vs. Insurance Broker

What your nonprofit should know about an insurance carrier and an insurance broker. Do you know the differences between an insurance carrier and an insurance broker? If you don’t, you’re not alone. Many nonprofit owners don’t understand the difference between a broker and an insurance carrier, Read More

How to Accommodate Mental Health in Your Nonprofit Workplace

Managing mental health issues in the workplace. Most nonprofit organizations know what to do if an employee requests an accommodation for a broken ankle. But when employees want to discuss mental illnesses, nonprofit owners are suddenly at a loss. Businesses, including nonprofits, have an Read More