It’s hard enough to do your job without trying to keep up with all that the web has to offer on the subject!
That’s why we read all we can every day and digest it into news you can grab to go!
Here’s an example:
“… the likelihood of a nonprofit organization experiencing financial distress after a disaster is associated with … total revenue and number of staff.
“The financial health of nonprofits impacted by Hurricane Katrina suffered for eight years… Here are some tips on what nonprofits can do to expedite their recovery once the crisis has passed.
“Strategically choose your partners … donations and volunteers are more likely to flow into large national nonprofits that have a stronger reputation with the public. Therefore, local nonprofits … may want to consider collaborating with large national nonprofits.
“Rely on grassroots teams. The grassroots team can see things that cannot be seen by upper management. Nonprofits may want to include staff from grassroots teams in planning and management meetings.” – Matt Shipman, North Carolina State University Research Communications Lead