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Mitigating future risks: Why your organization should have an AI policy 


We then incorporated these guidelines into our employee policies. Today, our AI policy—which focuses on best practices, not specific tools—is integral to how we work and helps us use AI in a way that amplifies our mission. Here are three reasons why your organization should consider adopting an AI policy.

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Does Your Nonprofit Website Need a Privacy Policy?

Wild Apricot

Do you have a nonprofit privacy policy? If not, here's why you need to set one up today.

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Gift Acceptance Policies: Templates and FAQs for Nonprofits

Double the Donation

Gift acceptance policies are an essential but easily overlooked part of nonprofit management. To avoid touchy (and potentially damaging) donor relations and legal situations, it’s worth taking the time to study up on these policies and how to create […]

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Keep Your Gift Acceptance Policy Strong

Planned Giving

Read on for a few simple steps to build or strengthen your gift acceptance policy. What is a Gift Acceptance Policy? A gift acceptance policy serves as a transparency tool for your organization to understand which gifts your nonprofit is prepared to warmly accept. What does a Gift Acceptance Policy Contain?

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Navigating Return-to-Office Policies in a Work-From-Home World

NonProfit PRO

Few topics have been as polarizing in workplace culture as return-to-office policies. From organizations embracing a new, work-from-anywhere era to those mandating a return to five days a week in the office, every solution has its supporters and detractors.

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When Nonprofits Put Policy Over People

NonProfit PRO

Since they are doing such amazing work, don’t allow policies that punish them, but look to reward, encourage, and celebrate them instead. Your people are your most important resource.

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Learning from Grantee Feedback: Policy, Process, and Cultural Changes That Make a Difference

Center for Effective Philanthropy

The post Learning from Grantee Feedback: Policy, Process, and Cultural Changes That Make a Difference appeared first on The Center for Effective Philanthropy.

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