May 6, 2022
There are pros and cons to accepting donations in cryptocurrency. The following articles can help nonprofits navigate this decision.
March 14, 2022
Ageism refers to discrimination and bias on the basis of age and manifests both as discrimination against older people (and sometimes younger people as well), and as a privileging or idealizing of youth. The following resources provide more resources and research about ageism as well as resources for building more age-positive organizations and communities.
March 4, 2022
Many nonprofit boards find it valuable to establish a governance committee to take the lead on board development, including board recruitment, officer development, board orientation and education, board self-assessment, and board policy development. The following resources offer additional information.
December 15, 2021
This report shares an example of how one organization has been working to operationalize their values and commitments around racial equity and inclusion across every aspect of their operational and organizational life, from hiring and recruitment to daily management and more.
December 15, 2021
“Although race has no genetic or scientific basis, the concept of race is important and consequential. Societies use race to establish and justify systems of power, privilege, disenfranchisement, and oppression.”
December 9, 2021
Tips and considerations for securing a business credit card vs. using personal credit cards at your nonprofits.
December 3, 2021
Tips and resources from MANP and the Maine Philanthropy Center (MPC) on finding grant funding.
October 26, 2021
These articles provide information about in-kind donations, recommendations on drafting policies and procedures to get the most out of these contributions, and accounting considerations
September 9, 2021
This resource will help you identify key questions to pose and answer at the very beginning of a collaborative effort.
July 9, 2021
Recommendations for organizations that have made a commitment to racial justice and now want to go through Justice, Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (JDEI) work and processes as a step toward achieving racial equity.