Donors and grant administrators are often faced with difficult decisions when selecting the local and/or smaller nonprofit(s) to which they’ll donate; they all seem to have worthwhile causes. One helpful selection criterion is to find out how well the nonprofit is managed and if the board and staff are “running it like a business.” While nonprofits ARE different from traditional for-profit businesses, the good news is that many of them have adopted some or all of the following tools that help businesses succeed.
NCET member Heather Hoffman was recently interviewed in Reno Tahoe Tonight. You can read the entire issue here. Helping local donors and charities connect. Individuals who care about their communities often find themselves looking for a convenient way to share their philanthropic leanings with a local non-profit or charity, but get blinded by the big […]
As I’ve noted in the past, the biggest challenges facing Nevada’s entrepreneurs and businesses are excessive and uncertain regulation and taxation, primarily at the federal level. People sometimes forget that Nevada’s nonprofit are businesses too, and that many of these laws and regulations affect nonprofits as well. And most people are not aware of the […]