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By Grant Smith The nonprofit is unique among businesses. A regular for-profit business has one main type of customer or client, one that receives products or services in exchange for payment. The business then uses the revenue to pay for administrative expenses, marketing, salaries, etc., and everything else production related. In a regular for-profit business, the person who pays is also the person who receives the product or service. But, in a nonprofit the traditional client is split into two: the donor client and the...read more
A Year without Change: One employee’s reflections on the challenges within the non-profit sector By a Nonprofit Insider Not too long after I hung up my graduation robes did I find myself in a full-time, salaried with benefits position as an Administrative Coordinator with a small non-profit organization (NPO). I was excited to be employed and encouraged by the opportunity to bring new ideas to the organization and help it move forward in a positive direction. After a short period of time in my position, however, I became aware of the...read more