Setting nonprofit financial benchmarks can tricky, requiring contextual information. In this post, Steve Boland shares some resources available to help determine the appropriate benchmarks for your organization.
“What is the ideal target amount for a nonprofit to have in an operating reserve?” The answer is not simple or universal. In this post, Kate Barr gushes about her love of cash reserves and why your organization should love them, too.
I’m convinced that the reason that people care about the overhead ratio of charities is because we keep telling them that it’s important. I have an announcement to make: I am a donor to quite a few nonprofits, and I don’t care what percentage of their budget is spent for overhead.
At Nonprofits Assistance Fund we frequently talk with managers of nonprofit organization that are facing cash flow shortfalls. It’s really common that the of timing income and expenses gets out of sync. Kate Barr shares our cash flow template to help you assess your organization's cash position.