While the CDC estimates that ADHD occurs in 10% of the general population, its prevalence in our jails has been estimated at 50% or higher. Additionally, in about 65% of cases, ADHD is present with a co-occurring mental health condition. Studies also show that inmates with related mental health conditions Continue Reading →
A big challenge that startups face is how to develop infrastructure and realize your mission, when you can’t afford to hire staff. Staffing is expensive and it takes time to hire the right people, but things still have to get done. The organization needs to develop its internal structure, incorporate, Continue Reading →
Fund Development is essential for every nonprofit, but for smaller mission-based organizations, raising money can be time consuming and overshadow the ultimate goal of realizing the organization’s mission. Traditional means of fund development include foundation or governmental grants, corporate sponsorship, and cultivating major donors. These methods are important and should Continue Reading →
The Nonprofit Revitalization Act of 2013 significantly reforms New York not-for-profit law. This new legislation is the strictest in the nation and is likely the beginning of a wave of similar laws in other states and in Congress.