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August, 2020

Sacred Cows? They May Not Be Worth It

By Jan Breiner Frazier Every organization has its sacred cows — those employees considered above reproach. Until now, you may have been able to justify their position. But as organizations are forced to rethink their staffing models, become leaner, and figure out how to move forward in today’s pandemic-ridden economy, it may be time to […]

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The Nonprofit Board Chair’s Role in Building Organizational Resiliency

By Erin Hedges, president and founder, Hedges As COVID-19 continues to change everything in our world and our communities, nonprofit organizations have stepped up to fill in the gaps and meet the needs of those who have been impacted. During the early stages of the pandemic, many nonprofit organizations were able to secure Paycheck Protection […]

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State of Indiana’s Nonprofits: Survey Reveals How Organizations Are Coping in 2020

by Shari Finnell, editor, Charitable Advisors Nearly six months have passed since the first case of COVID-19 was reported in Indiana. Since that time, the majority of the state’s nonprofits have faced significant challenges in maintaining services to support their missions, according to Indiana Nonprofits and COVID-19: Impact on Services, Finances and Staffing, a new […]

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NFPN Perspectives: 20 Years of Supporting Central Indiana’s Nonprofit Community

By Shari Finnell, writer/editor Charitable Advisors When Bryan Orander launched Not-for-Profit News in 2001, the internet had not yet reached its saturation point; only 52 percent of American adults reported using it at the time, according to the Pew Research Center. And Orander considered the e-newsletter as nothing more than a project to keep him […]

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COVID-19 leads to unprecedented response in support of Indiana’s most vulnerable

by Shari Finnell, Editor, Charitable Advisors Nonprofit organizations on the frontlines of supporting immigrants, refugees and other foreign-born residents have been regularly encountering challenges to ensure critical, sometimes life-saving, information is adequately relayed during the COVID-19 pandemic. In addition to language barriers, these individuals are more likely to be employed in jobs that put them […]

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