Financing available to SMALL BUSINESSES LOCATED IN FULTON COUNTY (GEORGIA) for assistance with recovery from the effects of the wide-spread virus.

Many small businesses in Fulton County have been impacted by the effects of COVID-19 and are suffering from interruption of normal business activity. ACE, with the support of the Fulton County Commission, has created the Emergency Loan to provide financial assistance to small businesses to speed recovery. Small businesses that receive the Emergency Loan areContinue reading “Financing available to SMALL BUSINESSES LOCATED IN FULTON COUNTY (GEORGIA) for assistance with recovery from the effects of the wide-spread virus.”

SBA Disaster Relief Forms and Presentation

The information in the article contains the presentation and application forms for the SBA Disaster Relief Effort focused on the Coronavirus situation. I suggest that you take the time to review the presentation before working on the forms.   You may click here to schedule a 15 min session with me to discuss your situation.Continue reading “SBA Disaster Relief Forms and Presentation”

Board Fundraising Whose Responsibility Is It?

Written by Claudette G. Baker How many times have you heard board members say “I don’t fundraise.”  It’s the statement that makes board chairs, executive directors and development directors cringe at the very thought.  The interpretation of the sentiment expressed is often misunderstood and translated as a board member shirking their responsibility.  According to BoardSource’s,Continue reading “Board Fundraising Whose Responsibility Is It?”

Financial Literacy for the Long Term

Financial Literacy for the Long Term: To ensure a strong future, nonprofits need to close the gaps in their fiscal knowledge. From Philanthropy MattersUntil recently, the financial focus of midsize nonprofits was simply to break even. That focus has shifted, changing the ways nonprofits operate and placing greater emphasis on nonprofits’ financial knowledge—and gaps in that knowledge.Continue reading “Financial Literacy for the Long Term”

Are You a Good Board Member?

Written by Claudette G. Baker Let’s assume the nonprofit board you are currently serving on did everything right to get you to agree to serve on their board.  That means in the recruitment process expectations – the 3Ts (time, talent, treasure) or 3Ws (work, wisdom, wealth) were covered in detail.  You said “yes” because youContinue reading “Are You a Good Board Member?”

Community Giving & The Benifits of Non-Profit Status

By Lori Riggs It is annual charitable giving campaign season and if your group has 501(c) (3) non-profit status, you may be eligible to register with local charitable agencies.  Organizations, such as the United Way, post “Public Notices” in newspapers or on web media seeking charitable, voluntary, health, education and welfare organizations with a 501(c)Continue reading “Community Giving & The Benifits of Non-Profit Status”

Philanthropic and Formula Funding

Submitted by Lori Riggs The Foundation Center is a leading source of information about philanthropy worldwide.  Established in 1956, the Foundation Center site allows you to gather and analyze data or participate in training as it relates to your funding topic or interest.  It also connects people globally to the resources they need toContinue reading “Philanthropic and Formula Funding”