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Financial Planning

How to Create a Blueprint for Sustainability

Wild Apricot has created a guide for nonprofits wanting to create a financial plan at any stage and provides a sample nonprofit financial plan.

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Financial Planning

How to Build a Budget From Scratch

The Nonprofit Finance Fund has shared the first video in a three-part series on budget basics for nonprofits. The video covers creating a budget from scratch.

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Resource Mobilization

Ask the Right Questions on Surveys to Better Target Fundraising

The Chronicle of Philanthropy shares how nonprofits can maximize the data received through surveying donors and secure continued support by posing targeted questions.

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Resource Mobilization

How to Apply for Grants in Simple Steps

The grant application process can be intimidating, especially for first-time applicants. Love to Know breaks down how nonprofit organizations should approach the process.

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Race

Insights from “Racial Pay Equity: Putting Your Money Where Your Values Are”

In light of the new Pay Transparency Law coming into force in NYC in November, Philanthropy New York considers how compensation practices might change to align with values.

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Race

White Supremacy Culture in Organizations

The Centre for Community Organizations has created a resource for anti-racist work in organizations based primarily on a workbook developed by Dismantling Racism Works.

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Wellness

Dreaming and Designing Healing Systems

In the third installment of a five part series, Nonprofit Quarterly explores alternative models of health and wellbeing to the medicalization-first approach common to the U.S.

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Wellness

A public health approach to community safety

Brookings has created a blueprint for the U.S. federal government on how it can address community violence by prioritizing investing in public health interventions.

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Management

Nonprofits that spend more on overhead tend to thrive

Contrary to donor assumptions about overhead expenses, a growing body of evidence shows that lower overhead ratios can deprive nonprofits of resources for long term success.

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