With the number of donors on the decline, many nonprofits increasingly rely on a smaller and more affluent circle of supporters to meet their fundraising goals. The importance and influence of high net worth donors has never been more significant.
Marie-Line Germain, HR Consulting Initiative
Through the HR Consulting Initiative at Western Carolina University, some of our nonprofit clients (including Center Members) have sought advice on how to recruit employees more effectively. To recruit (and to fundraise), Artificial Intelligence has proven to be effective.
Jeanne Tedrow, President and CEO, of North Carolina Center for Nonprofits.
Imagine a customer walking into a pizza shop to order a pizza, then only wanting to pay for the ingredients – flour, sauce, toppings, cheese. (See Pizza and a Laugh ‒ A Reminder about Your Nonprofit Financial Stress Level, Nonprofit Quarterly, December 18, 2018.)
For nonprofit accountants and financial staff, there is no shortage of excitement on the horizon. Several new accounting and reporting updates are fast approaching – including one standard that focuses on the presentation of financial statements for nonprofits – and will have a significant impact on how nonprofit organizations report under GAAP. Presented by Kevin Leder of CliftonLarsonAllen, this webinar covers updates on the new reporting requirements, how they will impact you, and what you can do to prepare.
Webinar Recording: $25
Did you know that around 60% of donors only give one time to a nonprofit organization? Combatting this natural attrition of one time givers is a daunting challenge, surely, but there are ways to mitigate it. Presented by Network for Good, this webinar centers around loving your donors and ensuring the most upside to retain one-time givers. We will discuss time-tested strategies to engage, steward, and upgrade new donors including how to:
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Capping State Itemized Deductions Would Reduce Charitable Giving In North Carolina
North Carolina’s nonprofit sector is concerned that the $20,000 cap on itemized deductions in the Senate budget would harm communities across the state by reducing charitable giving.
North Carolinians gave $5.9 billion in charitable contributions in 2012, the most recent year for which federal income tax data is available.
State Government Can Improve Customer Service in Contracted Services
The Urban Institute's 2010 report on government contracting with nonprofits uncovered long-standing problems experienced by private nonprofits in North Carolina that provide public services through contracts with federal, state, and local governments.
Expanding Charitable Deduction Could Help Small Businesses
The Senate should pass H.B. 886 in 2012 to bring the North Carolina corporate tax deduction for charitable contributions into conformance with federal law could ease tax burdens on small businesses. H.B. 886 passed the House in 2011 with strong bipartisan support.
What is the federal law?