Special Report: How Will the Fiscal Cliff Affect Nonprofits?

kernow-warning-danger-7558099-l-225x300In recent weeks, there has been an increase in the amount of media coverage of the “Fiscal Cliff” negotiations in Washington, DC. I’ve even written a number of posts on the issue including: “Obama Plan Could Cost Nonprofit Sector $5.6 Billion a Year.”

Now, the blog site Nonprofit Community, hosted by publishers John Wiley & Sons and Jossey-Bass, has asked the question:

How Will the Fiscal Cliff Affect Nonprofits?

I, along with nine other Wiley and Jossey-Bass authors from different perspectives, respond. We offer insights and great advice for every nonprofit organization. By visiting Nonprofit Community, you’ll have a chance to hear from:

Michael J. Rosen, CFRE, Donor-Centered Planned Gift Marketing

Tom Ahern, Keep Your Donors: The Guide to Better Communications & Stronger Relationships

Woods Bowman, Finance Fundamentals for Nonprofits: Building Capacity and Sustainability

Penelope Cagney, CFRE, Nonprofit Consulting Essentials: What Every Nonprofit and Consultant Needs to Know

Laura Fredricks, JD, The Ask

Aaron Hurst, Powered by Pro Bono: The Nonprofit’s Step-by-Step Guide to Scoping, Securing and Managing Pro Bono Resources

Simone Joyaux, ACFRE, Keep Your Donors: The Guide to Better Communications & Stronger Relationships

Thomas A. McLaughlin, Nonprofit Strategic Positioning: Decide Where to Be, Plan What to Do

Brian M. Sagrestano, JD, CFRE, The Philanthropic Planning Companion

Steven D. Zimmerman, Nonprofit Sustainability: Making Strategic Decisions for Financial Viability 

I hope you’ll take the time to read what these insightful authors have to say about the “Fiscal Cliff” situation. And, I hope you’ll also share (below) what steps you are taking to prepare for whatever hand Washington deals us. By sharing helpful suggestions, tips, and insights, we’ll all be in a better position for 2013. 

That’s what Michael Rosen says… What do you say?

 

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