By Nonprofit Practice Leaders | January 04, 2022

Nonprofits Gear Up for Sustained Opportunity in 2022

2021 was undoubtedly a challenging year. Between drops in funding, canceled events and programs, the onset of the “Great Resignation” and other hurdles, nonprofit organizations had to reimagine operations and prioritize financial health to sustain mission-driven work. Now, they’re faced with a pivotal moment to turn crisis into opportunity.


By Nonprofit Practice Leaders | November 11, 2021

Data Shows Nonprofits are Optimistic for 2022: Benchmark Yourself Against Industry Peers

Over the past 18 months, the nonprofit industry has felt an accordion effect of pressures stemming from COVID-19 and its related impacts. Inevitably, there were varied experiences for organizations across sectors, from surges in demand to canceled events, diversified revenues...


By Nonprofit Practice Leaders | October 28, 2021

Five Common Elements of Successful Giving Tuesday Campaigns

At the height of COVID-19, nonprofit organizations were on the front lines, helping communities that needed it most and continuing the mission-critical work we all depend on. On last year’s Giving Tuesday, donors supported those efforts in droves, setting a record-breaking $2...


By LaShaun King | October 15, 2021

Thinking Ahead: How Colleges & Universities Can Plan for Long-Term Success

When considering how they should position their institutions over the long term, leaders of higher education institutions are accustomed to a familiar refrain.


By Divya Gadre | September 30, 2021

Top Considerations for the Nonprofit Sector, Part Two

Many nonprofits are dealing with the uncertainty of the ongoing pandemic as well as increased demand for their services. It’s a delicate balancing act, but with proper systems and support, nonprofits are up for the challenge.


By David Clark | August 30, 2021

It’s a Brand-New Day—College Athletics in the NIL Era

Effective July 1, 2021, the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) adopted an interim policy lifting its prohibition on incoming and current student-athlete’s ability to profit from their name, image and likeness (NIL).


By Nonprofit Practice Leaders | August 16, 2021

Furthering Your Mission in 2021 and Beyond

Over the past year and a half, many nonprofit organizations were faced with a difficult combination of challenges: a major change in demand coupled with the inability to interact with key stakeholders – both constituents and donors – face-to-face.


By Nonprofit Practice Leaders | July 30, 2021

Higher Education in the U.S. – Rising Costs, Enrollment Challenges and the Need for Innovative Solutions

The higher education landscape has changed over the last few decades, with increasing concern regarding declining enrollment and institutions’ ability to drive revenue by attracting and retaining students at levels necessary to support operations. The impact of COVID-19 on...


By Divya Gadre | July 21, 2021

Top Considerations for the Nonprofit Sector, Part One

Since navigating the headwinds of the past year, nonprofit organizations have reimagined their operations to maintain relationships with donors, volunteers and the communities they serve while discovering new means to protect mission funding.