By Nonprofit Practice Leaders | May 20, 2022

The Future of Health & Human Services: A Tale of Two Worlds

Over the past two years, the importance of health and human services (HHS) organizations has been underscored like never before. While some organizations have experienced a surge in demand and revenue, an increase in the awareness of their mission, and an expansion of their services, others are still facing funding challenges.


By Nonprofit Practice Leaders | April 08, 2022

How Nonprofits Can Tap into Emerging Corporate Volunteering Trends

When COVID-19 was declared a pandemic, it marked the beginning of a tumultuous time in which uncertainty and confusion reigned. However, one bright spot did appear – people were inspired to give back to the world around them, and many nonprofits saw goodwill increase.


By Nonprofit Practice Leaders | March 28, 2022

How to Select the ERP Software That’s Right for You

Nonprofits that make the right investments in technology can further their mission in an increasingly digitalized world, and the industry knows this: 60% of nonprofit organizations accelerated investments in technology in 2021.


By Nonprofit Practice Leaders | March 21, 2022

Best Practices for SVOG Single Audit Readiness

Hard-hit small businesses received more than $16 billion in much-needed COVID-19 relief through the Small Business Administration’s (SBA) Shuttered Venue Operators Grant (SVOG) program. Many organizations that received this funding may not have experience with federal awards...


By Nonprofit Practice Leaders | March 10, 2022

Engaging Donors at Every Level: A Checklist

Nonprofit organizations have been navigating change in almost every aspect of their operations over the past two years, including shifting priorities, a new employment landscape, and changes in fundraising and hosting programs and events.


By Nonprofit Practice Leaders | February 22, 2022

How Universities Can Navigate Declining Student Enrollment and Retention

Like many organizations, colleges and universities’ worlds were flipped upside down when COVID-19 emerged in the spring of 2020. To maintain their mission of reshaping the future through educating future generations, colleges and universities had to reimagine their own...


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...


By Andrea Espinola Wilson | December 20, 2021

How Nonprofits Can Navigate the Great Resignation

Nonprofits are not exempt from the current labor market shortages associated with the “Great Resignation.” The pandemic, social and political events, and the relentlessness of navigating both personal and professional priorities created a perfect storm.


By Adam Barber | November 17, 2021

How Nonprofits Can Manage Change with Financial Technology

Strong financial infrastructure is key for any nonprofit, and knowing when to change financial technology systems can be a challenging decision for organizations large and small. Leaders must look at financial infrastructure in terms of people, processes, and tools.