Category Archives: Fiscal Sponsorship

Choosing a Fiscal Sponsor

A fiscal sponsorship is often a great idea for small charities that do not have the resources to apply for their own tax-exempt status. It allows them to receive tax deductible donations from donors to accomplish their mission without having to expend their resources on administrative duties. However, as the recent International Humanities Center scandal has shown, it can be dangerous to get into bed with a fiscal sponsor without first performing some basic due diligence. Continue Reading

Nonprofit Business Planning – Steal All the Underpants!

Finding support and funding in the nonprofit world is often more challenging than finding funding for a for-profit venture. In addition, contrary to the belief of many nonprofit founders, foundation grant dollars do not grow on trees and are, in fact, the most competitive and scarce source of funding available. Continue Reading