Less optimism for nonprofits

Less optimism for nonprofits

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And in Oklahoma, we are gearing up for another legislative session that will most likely be challenging as we attempt to erase budget gaps and find sources of revenue.

If you haven’t started the conversation, now is the time to have frank dialogue among all nonprofit stakeholders – board members, staff, volunteers, donors and consumers. Organizations must be prepared to analyze their respective situations and communicate upcoming risks to mitigate the changes that will affect the sector.

Oklahoma relies heavily on its nonprofits to do the heavy lifting in our communities.

This year, nonprofits must engage in public policy matters that could affect your mission. From tax reform that will affect our charitable contributions and our bottom lines to funding cuts at both the federal and state levels that could potentially and radically change our business models, nonprofits should prepare now for an uncertain future.

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The Journal Record

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