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Childcare FAQ

By Alexa Connelly
May 30, 2012

Why do you Need Insurance for your Daycare? Daycares provide a greatly needed service to many working parents across the United States. It is an important and difficult decision when a parent chooses the day care or childcare service provider for their little one.  Even in the best of daycares, accidents can and do happen.  ...

5 Steps to Lawsuit Survival

By Alexa Connelly
May 29, 2012

The economy has posed hardships for most people, and as a result there has been a rise in lawsuits. We mind our business, and then BOOM! papers stating that we have been served are thrown in our face. Why? Lawsuits are all about money. But can take a great toll on your patience, time, and ...

5 Ways to cut Energy Costs

By Alexa Connelly
May 25, 2012

A new trend in America is going green, and even if you’re not going green it’s always nice to save money, right? A way you can save some money is by cutting your energy costs at home or at your Non-Profit Organization. Here are a few tips to help you out: Consider adding solar panels. ...

Security Breach

By Alexa Connelly
May 23, 2012

Security breaches can happen all of the time with big and small businesses if you do not take the correct precautions. You must be sure that your organization is compliant with legal requirements regarding data destruction policies. Some ways to increase awareness around legal data security policies include getting informed, staying informed, making sure you ...

Abuse Procedures for Nonprofits

By Alexa Connelly
May 22, 2012

All nonprofits that work with children and teens need to adopt policies to limit the risk for abuse. One on one contact with children should be limited. Abuse is less likely to occur if the adult and child are visible to others. The parent or guardian should accompany the child to the restroom since this ...

Screening & Training Drivers for Your Nonprofit

By Alexa Connelly
May 15, 2012

Screening & Training Drivers                Do you know what screening should be done for an employee or volunteer who uses his or her own car for you Nonprofit Organization ? How about an employee or volunteer who uses one of your cars for work? Before you let an employee use their vehicle make sure you ...

Fundraising & Your Community

By Alexa Connelly
May 14, 2012

Okay, so you’ve tried the other fundraising ideas and have gotten some money from it, but you really want your community to be involved with what you do. That’s where fundraising events come in handy. Fundraising events are endless, just think of your community and what might draw them to your fundraiser. Here are some ...

Wake up Easier in the Morning

By Alexa Connelly
May 11, 2012

It is hard for many individuals to get started and motivated in the mornings. You wake up in the morning, and you don’t want to have caffeine because it is not the best thing for your body but you have to wake up. What do you do? Here are a few tips to get you ...

Basics of Auto Safety

By Alexa Connelly
May 08, 2012

All knowledge builds from a smaller idea, so we must first understand the basics of driving safely before we can be safe drivers. A lot of money, time, and stress can result if a Nonprofit Organization has a poor driver safety program. There are two key parts to a successful driver safety program. First, there ...

5 Steps to a Debt-Free Life

By Alexa Connelly
May 04, 2012

In the economy that we are living in right now money is weighing on our minds a lot along with debt from unpaid bills. Although this may seem unending, there are some ways to help eliminate debt and get your finances back in order: Compare the 6 solutions and choose one that will work best ...

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