With the world in flux and a new administration beginning in January, Mehta said this is the perfect time for nonprofits to look at their numbers, think outside the box and better prepare for whatever comes next.
“I think it gives them the opportunity to take a fresh look at their organization,” he said. "The positive out of this situation is to move to a remote event, do things efficiently and create an opportunity to streamline their operations." Amish added that nonprofits can embrace short term opportunities, as 'tis the season to give.
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