5 Types of Insurance Coverage Nonprofits Should Consider

Safeguard your nonprofit with reliable insurance coverage. Small nonprofits are small businesses, even if their primary objective is not to generate a profit. As such, nonprofit owners should ensure that their organizations have the right insurance coverage in place. No two nonprofits are alike Read More

Does My Nonprofit Need Employment Practices Liability Insurance?

Could your organization benefit from EPLI coverage? Employment practices liability insurance (EPLI) is generally used to help protect businesses from potential lawsuits that accuse a business of using inappropriate employment practices. For most for-profit businesses, this is a vital part of Read More

3 Ways to Get Generation Z Involved with Your Nonprofit

Include this young generation in your nonprofit’s marketing efforts and volunteering opportunities.   Believe it or not, but your nonprofit doesn’t have to spend a fortune marketing your efforts to the younger generation. People who make up Generation Z are born between 1996 and 2010, and are more Read More

Top 3 Secrets to High-Performing Teams

Make the most of your team members with these tips. As the owner of a nonprofit organization, you will know that having a team of your side is essential. Since funds are often limited in nonprofits, you will want to get the most out of the team that you have. An enthusiastic and productive team Read More

Is Your Nonprofit Prepared for Cyber Exposure

Prepare your nonprofit for cyber exposures.   In our increasingly interconnected world, any business using the internet (just about any business) is at risk of cyber-attacks. Small and mid-sized businesses are particularly vulnerable as they may not have the security infrastructure in place to keep Read More

3 Ways to Improve Your Nonprofit’s Customer Service

Boost your customer service with these tips. Whether you’re a nonprofit of one, 20, or 100, customer service is incredibly important for your organization to succeed. The way a nonprofit handles queries, complains, and questions can greatly impact donor relations. While you should have some Read More

3 Things That Could Blow Up Your Insurance Coverage

Situations where your insurer could deny your nonprofit claim. Under most Errors and Omissions, Directors and Officers, and other liability policies, there are certain items that you must comply with for the policy to respond to a claim. Unfortunately, many nonprofit owners do not take the time to Read More

Tips to Master Work-Life Balance

Balancing work and life may seem like a trapeze act but it doesn’t have to be. As a nonprofit owner, you wear many hats. You are responsible for many aspects of your organization, and may live and breathe your nonprofit as a result. While this is all well and good to get your nonprofit off the Read More

How to Overcome a Nonprofit Growth Plateau

Elevate your nonprofit by overcoming growth hurdles.   Most nonprofits want to continue to expand their organizations and make real changes. Smart organizations continually set goals to improve their work. However, it’s common for many nonprofit’s growth to plateau somewhere along the way. If you Read More

Is Your Nonprofit Prepared for Cyber Exposure

Safeguarding your nonprofit organization from cyber risks.   In our ever increasing interconnected world, any business using the internet is at risk. While we rely more and more on digital marketing, communications, and storage, the severity and frequency of cyber attacks increases. Hackers are Read More