5 practices boards of not-for-profits should follow

While most know a portion of our contributions to a not-for-profit goes to maintaining the organization as a business, it is quite unsettling if we find out that the portion is too much of our contribution – or worse, all of it.

There have been more than a few public scandals involving not-for-profit employees using contributions from donors to fund their expensive tastes. With the public aware that its own selfless contributions funded selfish indulgences, it makes the reputational bounce back…

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