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Every not-for-profit develops a culture over time, often defining the organization.

However, even if your group's been successful in the past, a change in culture could be a change for the better.

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Attracting individual donors to your not-for-profit organization is a little like finding a spouse — you want to make the best impression during the courtship in the hope that the other person will find you to be a "good catch" and make a commitment.
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Many organizations spend a lot of time and money creating mission statements to highlight their work and align employees around a common vision. But the fact is, many mission statements fail, becoming nothing more than a wall ornament or a paragraph tucked into a seldom-read company handbook.
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There's a common misconception that not-for-profit organizations are strictly banned from lobbying for a political, environmental or some other social issue.
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Is your organization prepared for a crisis that could threaten its survival?
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Not-for-profits have at least one thing in common with for-profits: Only the strong survive.
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Email messages have become a sweet spot for many not-for-profit organizations.
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You know the drill: It's midnight and your grant proposal is due tomorrow. Your assistant left hours ago and the words on your screen have started to blur. "It's not worth it," you think. And besides, only a few grants pan out anyway, right? Not necessarily.
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Internal fraud drains approximately $4 trillion annually from global businesses, and not-for-profit organizations aren't exempt. The median loss suffered by a nonprofit victimized by fraud was $75,000, according to the 2020 Report to the Nations by the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE).
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Debt is an integral part of the strategic plans of many organizations, yet it has traditionally carried a stigma in the not-for-profit industry. That view is changing, as more organizations borrow money for major capital purchases, new program funding — even to manage current cash flow.

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