Financial Health

Navigating New Norms: The Ripple Effects of Federal Grant Policy Revisions on Nonprofit Viability

In recent times, the federal government has instituted a series of transformative policy changes that are redefining the landscape of federal grants. These changes have sent ripples across the nonprofit sector, prompting organizations of all sizes to re-evaluate their operational strategies to ensure financial health and the sustained ability to fulfill their missions. A central focus of these policy changes …

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The Ethical Implications of Data-Driven Grant Allocation: Fairness in the Age of Automation

In recent years, the philanthropic landscape has been transformed by the advent of data-driven decision-making, promising a more efficient, objective, and impactful allocation of grants. On the surface, this technological evolution seems like a beacon of progress in the nonprofit space. However, beneath the layers of data and algorithms lies a complex web of ethical considerations that cannot be ignored. …

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