If you are like most nonprofits, 2020 was a year of great aspirations. Funding patterns were trending upward, bolstered by low unemployment and higher disposable income. You were ready to add that new program, hire that new manager, expand that facility . . .
. . .and then March came . . . and then . . . whoa.
In a matter of a couple of weeks, many nonprofits went from strong service and growth to a fight for their very survival. Many have been left wondering what to do when it seems like there is nothing to do.
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Check out the full article, contributed by Don Raack, Managing Director of AltruNext, to the blog of the Association of Consultants to Nonprofits, where Don serves as a member of its Board of Directors.