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Christine contacted us for some advice.  She is the founder of a very small organization with big plans and a small budget.  She has decided to seek grant funding as a way to turn plans into action but isn't sure how she can pay for the research and writing.

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We've written about this before, raising the warning flag to organizations that may not have been aware of changes to the law.  In years past, organizations with under $25,000 gross income were exempt from filing an annual tax return or information statement.

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As a hands-on consultant I’ve run into a lot of troublesome issues with nonprofits.  It’s part of the job – if those issues didn’t exist, they probably wouldn’t need my services, right?  Most issues are fairly easily resolved; maybe I have to make a couple calls to the IRS or the state, maybe do a little research and restructuring, and presto! The organization is good to go and can resume working on their mission.

 

 

Sometimes though, issues aren’t as easily resolved. 

 

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Our “Art of the Thank You” is one of the more frequently referred to articles that we have written.  In this follow up, we’ll take a sample "thank you for the grant letter" and show you the eight most important components to include in your own thank you letters.

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There is a letter writing function within the QuickBooks program.  It is a pretty handy application, and one that I have to admit has frustrated me in the past.  If you use QuickBooks as your accounting software and track your donors with it (which you can), this letter application becomes a really great way to send letters to them.

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