We all know the saying “money doesn’t buy happiness.” It’s time that nonprofits understand that money also doesn’t buy doing things right.
In the second half of last year, Marks Paneth, a New York City accounting firm, conducted a survey of 114 leaders—executive directors, board members and CFOs—from nonprofits with budgets between $10 million and $200 million.
In other words, not your average nonprofits. They are, in fact the 1.5 percenters—those nonprofits with revenue of $10 million or more.* Nevertheless, we should all take of Read more