Cyber Security On A Budget. Peter Clay, CEO and Founder of Cyberopz, says security is a problem that is easily solved with focus and commitment. We talk about what it takes to build and effective cyber-security program:
Mickey has a small rant about nonprofit superpowers. Can you help him understand the visceral reaction he’s having?
CariClub and Board Diversity
Talking Volunteer Management
The Nonprofit SnapCast podcast is seeking guests. We’re always looking for philanthropic and nonprofit professionals to share their wisdom on the program. This time, we’re keenly looking for people who can talk with me about: Setting the stage for 2021 – How should nonprofits be planning? Going Mobile (anything related to mobile technologies for nonprofits)… Continue reading Snapcast seeking guests 2021
Mickey visits with Kathy Kreuchauf, Founder of OnPoint Philanthropic Consulting, to talk about Program Related Investments. We discuss: What are Program Related Investments? How long have PRIs been permitted? How can a foundation get started investigating PRIs? Why foundations should take a closer look at PRIs now. Resources for investigating the feasibility of PRIs. Size… Continue reading Program Related Investments, with Kathy Kreuchauf
Mickey gets to spend some time speaking with Erika Feinberg, of Social Venture Partners, talking about the importance of connecting, passion, purpose, and a new method Erika has under development right now called Peek Forward. We welcome support of the Nonprofit SnapCast via Patreon. We welcome your questions and feedback via The Nonprofit Snapshot website.
Mickey visits with Amy Karson, CEO of Brand K Partners, their work with nonprofits, and how nonprofits may better manage their finances during ongoing pandemic. Among the topics we cover: How keeping clean books spells success vs failure for nonprofits. Numbers inform strategy. Good data helps planning, and provides a road-map. Nonprofits should not expect… Continue reading Managing Finances During Pandemic, with Amy Karson
Veronica Kirin (she/her/hers) is an Anthropologist, Author, and Board President for Stem Greenhouse. Her first business, a nonprofit corporation conducting disaster relief, was founded in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Her latest work, Stories of COVID, is documenting the pandemic in real time for a book for future generations. We talk about “the pivot,” the tendency to… Continue reading Don’t Over-Pivot, with Veronica Kirin
Our second episode with Patrina Pelton-Smith, the principal consultant with The Business of Charity. This time we talk about dotting the I’s and crossing the T’s when it comes to getting nonprofits prepared to properly engage in a grant-writing agenda: Getting procedurally clear on programs & services vs activities and events. Receiving the grant is… Continue reading Getting Nonprofits Ready For Grants, with Patrina Pelton-Smith