Congrats! You’ve just wrapped up your organization’s biggest event of the year. While it would be nice to put your feet up and relax, you’re likely already working on turning all of those attendees into recurring donors.
But what about … Read more
Donor management can be one of the trickiest things for new nonprofits to get the hang of, especially if they don’t have the tools they need to do it well.
When most nonprofits first get started, they record just about … Read more
An attorney with an advanced degree in taxation, Katherine Breslin brings more than 10 years of law firm experience with a focus on nonprofit organizations to the Harbor Compliance team. Get to know this valued team member as she shares … Read more
I completely understand. We’re all busy spinning a lot of plates, managing people, volunteers, projects, campaigns, events, partnerships—when all of the sudden we’re in the new year with last year’s website.
No worries, it’s still early 2019. Now is the … Read more
I know what you’re thinking. Regulatory compliance—what’s not to love? How in the world could anyone boil it down to just ten things?
Okay, so maybe that’s a bit optimistic, especially if you haven’t worked with us before. After all, … Read more
The consultant industry is big business, processing over $250 billion each year and growing. Consultants help identify a wide variety of business operational needs, but nonprofit-focused consultants make up 10% of the entire market.
And as it stands, there are … Read more
When it comes to government paperwork, everybody’s afraid of getting it wrong. After all, there’s a lot at stake. Being late or submitting incorrect information can land you in serious hot water, and the rules are not exactly easy to … Read more
As Front-End Developer/Designer, Ben Foultz uses his talents to make our software appealing and user-friendly. He’s also a brand champion, designing everything from web pages and advertisements to conference displays and keychains. Get to know this valued Harbor Compliance team … Read more
It takes foresight to prepare for a crisis. But it can take even more to foresee the hazards in everyday events.
Changes in staff, for example, are inevitable. Yet many businesses come to us in crisis mode because a key… Read more
When donors look at your fundraising appeals, what do they see? No doubt you’ve put a lot of thought into your messaging, choosing just the right words and images to tell your nonprofit’s unique story. But have you given any … Read more