During the pandemic, your not-for-profit may have been forced to operate without your dedicated volunteers. It has probably come as a great relief to welcome them back in person. However, a volunteer, like an employee, could represent some risk to your organization.

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For example, you could be exposed to lawsuits if volunteers are harmed or harm others while volunteering for you.


Continue Reading Considerations for Tackling Volunteer Liability

If your charity or association depends financially on membership fees, you know that non-renewals are cause for concern. During this time of economic and occupational insecurity, you may be experiencing membership drop-offs and some anxiety about your organization’s future.

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How can you help retain members and attract new ones to your not-for-profit? By focusing on needs, providing value and prioritizing engagement.


Continue Reading 3 Ways to Help Keep Your Not-for-Profit Members

Because donations to charity of cash or property generally are tax deductible (if you itemize), it only seems logical that the donation of something even more valuable to you — your time — would also be deductible. Unfortunately, that’s not the case.

Donations of time or services aren’t deductible. It doesn’t matter if it’s simple