From Our Blog:

4 Tips to Ensure Your Nonprofit Keeps on Giving This Holiday Season

Nonprofits often struggle when it comes to investing their hard earned donations. Your nonprofit was established to improve the world and the fear of losing charitable funds due to market fluctuations can complicate making sound investment choices. Regardless of the mission of your non-profit, all investing decisions must be made to serve your philanthropic goal, while preserving capital and operating costs.

Need Some Investing Tips?

It is imperative that investment choices are thoughtful and informed, while providing your nonprofit a chance to grow and protect its financial viability.

You can read more on the 4 ways to ensure your nonprofit keeps on giving this holiday season on Gross Mendelsohn’s blog.

If you have any questions, please contact our offices where our integrated team of nonprofit accountants and investment advisors can assist you in developing a comprehensive financial roadmap that will help further your mission.
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