Questions about Donations
Then, get to know the organization. Visit its website and read whatever you can on the nonprofit. Better yet, go see the organization in action. A review of financial information alone will not tell you the impact that the organization is having in the community. Volunteering for the organization is a wonderful way to determine if the nonprofit is one you want to support.
Read about managing nonprofit employees.
Ethics and Oversight
Filing a written complaint may cause your concerns to be investigated, which may then trigger corrective action, as applicable.
Also, the Nonprofit Risk Management Center is a resource for all nonprofits on all things relating to risk management, insurance, and insurance audits/assessments. We encourage you to explore the website to access many free resources, such as several interactive tutorials and a free newsletter.