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Is Your Church Next In Line for a Cyber Attack?

We often think of cyber crimes in terms of the damage they do to businesses. And with good reason: According to Juniper Research, the cost of data breaches to global industry is projected to reach a staggering $2.1 trillion by the year 2019. But while for-profit companies may get the lion’s share of attention when it comes […]

Put the Freeze on Summer Melt

The summer between high school and college is a unique time. The previous months have been filled with activity: submitting applications, waiting for acceptance letters, choosing schools, submitting deposits, and lining up financial aid. Suddenly, it all comes together. Graduation happens and once a college is chosen, students have little more to do than wait. […]

Are You Using Best Practices for Volunteer Recruiting and Management?

A staggering 64.5 million adults volunteered just under 8 billion hours of service worth an estimated value of $175 billion in just one year, according to figures shared by the Lilly Family School of Philanthropy at Indiana University-Purdue University. And while the incredible philanthropism of Americans is worthy of applause, nonprofits can’t afford to become […]

Is Your K-12 School Sending Calls Illegally?

A child doesn’t report to school in the morning but wasn’t called in as absent. You don’t have a home number, and you lack explicit consent to call the the parent’s mobile phone to check in. While in most cases the scenario above is likely the result of an oversight, in rare cases the absence […]