Risk Management

  • These six resilience tactics and strategies can help organizations prepare for any disruption or crisis
  • Explore the change in mindset required to transform into a cyber resilient organization.
  • Going Forward: Best Practices and Considerations for Nonprofit Re-Engagement was developed during the COVID-19 pandemic by the Oklahoma Center for Nonprofits, who generously shared it to meet the needs of other state associations.

  • The Risk Summit is the Nonprofit Risk Management Center's annual gathering of nonprofit risk champions and professionals from adjacent disciplines.
  • Recent comments on "dark money" have raised questions about the types of nonprofit organizations and what roles they can play in municipal elections.
  • We highlight key details about the DOL overtime rule and how it will apply to nonprofits.
  • Join this discussion for an overview of the current healthcare landscape as it relates to nonprofit employee benefits. We’ll explore various strategies employers are deploying to mitigate cost and risk, and the pros and cons of nontraditional health care options for smaller nonprofits including Qualified Small Employer Health Reimbursement Arrangements (QSEHRA), Exclusive Provider Organization (EPO) plans, Professional Employer Organizations (PEO), and Association Health Plans (AHP).

  • In April 2023, the National Council of Nonprofits (NCN) conducted a follow up survey to their 2021 and 2022 findings about the nonprofit workforce shortage to see what, if anything, has changed. The new report shares data and insights from more than 1,600 nonprofits across the US, including almost 60 North Carolina organizations.

  • Fundraising in Tough Times (Standford Social Innovation Review) outlines ways organizations can minimize the impacts of economically/financially lean times and preserve their capacity for renewed growth once economic conditions improve.

  • Venable LLP explains what a force majeure clause is – a provision in contracts that relieves the parties from performing their contractual obligations when certain circumstances beyond their control arise – and how to interpret these clauses in your organization's contracts so you can make informed decisions about cancelling or going forward with an event or meeting under particular circumstances.



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