When a Charity Closes, What Should be Disclosed?

When a Charity Closes, What Should be Publicly Disclosed?

In the coming weeks and months I want to dig deeper into this issue as it impacts our charitable sector and the public confidence in our work. In the meantime, I thought I would first turn to you for your response to the my first burning question. When a charity abruptly stops serving its community, what detail of information, if any, is the public entitled to receive?

Interim Executives Can Help Propel NonProfits | kdp nonprofit consulting

Interim Executives Can Help Propel NonProfits

Traditional executive searches can take 3 to 6 months and the Board may not have an appetite for potential loss of momentum during a critical time or that making internal 'acting' appointments may exacerbate any existing employee(s) incapacity or risks of burnout. Consider all factors carefully. The option of appointing an Interim Executive can be the right solution to transition through a challenging period and be the bridge to future success.

Nonprofit Building Capacity? | kdp nonprofit consulting

Is Your NonProfit Building Capacity?

When nonprofits thrive in a healthy ecosystem and are deliberate in capacity building over time, it strengthens a nonprofit's ability to deliver its mission.

Is your organization's team stuck?

Stuck In The Muck?

Are you feeling like your nonprofit organization is stuck in the proverbial muck, making little to no progress? Maybe one or more of the scenarios ...

Tips On How To Increase Your Charity’s Transparency Online

Tips On How To Increase Your Charity’s Transparency Online

A well executed website should be an essential part of your organization’s strategies to build a culture of trust and transparency and stakeholder engagement. So, why are many charities failing to take advantage of the full power of their website to provide more access to information?

Does Your Non-Profit Board Have The Right Chair?

Does Your Non-Profit Board Have The Right Chair?

Regardless of your organization’s size, the Board of Directors can be more effective in setting strategic direction, mitigating risks, guiding executive leadership, mustering resources and providing responsible governance if they have the proper leadership. Organizations with a robust, well executed selection and ‘on-boarding’ process can help elect the right Chair.