In this season of light, laughter, and giving, budgets and financial reporting are topics that can turn funders and nonprofits Scrooge-like in a flash.
If you don’t know the answers to these questions, you’re not alone. But there is no reason to be afraid to ask.
Host Renee McGivern talks about Project Streamline’s impact on grantmakers and nonprofits.
Online does not equal streamlined unless your system works, and works well, for the grantseeker.
By asking the right questions, funders can get the data to make that honest critique of their own practices, and use that analysis to make smart streamlining decisions.
What do you need to do for legal compliance, and what do you choose to do for other reasons?
Right-sizing is the idea that a grantmaking process should be proportionate to the grant.
Project Streamline does have a set of recommended good practices. We’ll be revisiting each one of these suggestion-packed guides over the next two months.
The “seven Cs” of effective writing: clear and concrete, courteous and collegial, current and consistent, and concise.