Action Alert: take the Nonprofit Finance Fund Survey.
A national report and Washington state-level results are available from the National Council of Nonprofits Nonprofit Labor Shortage Survey.
We are analyzing the results of our survey regarding government contracting.
We continue to work to monitor American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) spending in Washington State.
Good news! The guidelines for Washington State’s new Small Employer Emergency Safety Grant Program are inclusive of nonprofits in their eligibility definition for "small employer."
Prioritizing Mental Health and Wellness for Nonprofit Staff and Volunteers
We are now faced with dramatic evidence that by not directing attention to mental health, we are unlikely to retain engaged, productive staff teams and volunteers. Here are some things to think about to create a supportive team culture that works to acknowledge the difficult times we are in and honor each of us as human beings with unique experiences.
On June 30, Governor Inslee announced the economic reopening of Washington state. As most businesses return to pre-pandemic capacity and operations, each nonprofit organization will need to make decisions about how to reopen and what if any restrictions to keep in place to ensure safety for employees, clients, and customers.
How do nonprofits decide how much to pay their employees? This question is frequently asked of us, and there is not one clear answer. In fact, Washington Nonprofits has struggled to determine what is fair compensation for our staff. Going into 2021, we decided to do some work to determine if our team was being paid livable and competitive wages. Here are a few of the things we learned.
It’s budgeting season in a year like no other. For those of us without psychic ability and a crystal ball, how do we plan for 2021? There are many things to consider, but I want to lead with a big policy change that needs to be a focus of your forecasting: Significant changes to the Washington state overtime threshold rules are being phased in over the next 7.5 years.
Update Regarding CARES Act Funding for Nonprofits
September 11, 2020 |
County and city governments just received additional CARES Act funds. Here's the latest info we have about funding available to nonprofits.
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