Funding the Unforeseen

Funding the Unforeseen

Originally posted on Stanford Social Innovation Review by Laurie Michaels. By creating mechanisms to efficiently plan for uncertainty, philanthropists can ensure that they maintain forward momentum and keep their impact on track. Many well-conceived programs and...
Is Your Nonprofit Making Impact? Does Anyone Know?

Is Your Nonprofit Making Impact? Does Anyone Know?

Ask yourself if your nonprofit is really making an impact and if anyone actually knows. For example, in 2010, when the devastating 7.0 earthquake struck Haiti, killing more than 200,000 people and the world responded. Over the course of two years, international donors...
What Types of Insurance Should a Nonprofit Buy?

What Types of Insurance Should a Nonprofit Buy?

Given the shoestring budget on which many nonprofits operate, a single large and unexpected expense could lead to financial ruin. So, getting the right insurance to guard against the biggest (or baddest) risks is a wise move for nonprofits (and other businesses)....