Tag Archives: Organizations

Go With What You Know

I have to admit to a guilty pleasure.  I found out a few years ago that I like Taylor Swift as a songwriter.  I don’t own any of her recordings, and I don’t listen to the radio stations that play … Continue reading

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Compliance: Are You Keeping Up with the Law?

I am sure that most of you who read this are well aware that the nonprofit sector is highly regulated.  Local municipalities, state legislatures, and the Federal government, as well as those governments in other countries, create rules and laws … Continue reading

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Shouldn’t You Thank as Well as You Ask?

Over the month of December,  my parents received scores of appeals from a variety of organizations, national and local, big and small, asking them for their support.  Some were from organizations that they had supported in the past, and some … Continue reading

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It’s a Shame

Back in the 1990s, I served on a committee that determined what programs my church supported and what levels of funding we gave annually.  The church funded programs like an ESL class for immigrants, a local social service agency and … Continue reading

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Bandages or Cures?

To be honest, this blog started out to be about a different topic.  I planned to write about a provocative conversation started by one of my contacts on Linked In last fall, but after reviewing the comments, one really stood … Continue reading

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