Historically, many NGOs had centralized structures that were pushed out to chapters as they were established, but as growth extends into more geographicall... [Show More] y remote regions and diverse national and cultural settings, there is a trend toward for regional chapters or affiliates.
2. Which type of relationship is not a nonprofit-corporate relationship?
3. Economist Burton Weisbrod wrote in the Stanford Social Innovation Review that Congress should:
4. In this stage of the life cycle of a social change issue, analysts and advocates look at the data and consider how the problem might be addressed.
5. This is a formal, written document that states the mutual understandings of the donor and the organization.
6. The nonprofit organization Year Up provides young people:
7. A detailed, comprehensive document that encompasses elements of strategic, marketing, business, and operational plans organization is called a:
8. This is an activity undertaken with the goal of eliciting charitable or philanthropic giving.
9. ............are required to expend a minimum of an amount equivalent to five percent of the value of their invested assets each year, for either grants or operating expenses.
10. Starting in the 1980s, the U.S. federal government uses __________ that give state officials the flexibility to decide how to delegate the funds.
11. This is income from payment for goods or services that the nonprofit has provided.
12. These are established by the governing board, and they may identify allowable ranges for specific financial indicators or ratios, for example, liquidity, debt, or assets held in the endowment fund.
13. Global governments are likely to see social entrepreneurships as:
14. Although research has indicated that nonprofits actually lobbying as government becomes a more predominant source of their revenue, concern about alienating government foundation funders is a barrier for some.
15. In June 2007, the IRS released a to clarify the criteria by which it would determine what is and is not illegal campaign involvement; this included 21 hypothetical examples of activity and a discussion of why each does or does not constitute a violation of the law.
16. Identifying individuals, foundations, and corporations who are prospects of giving is a task often performed by professionals engaged in
17. The trend is for global nonprofit organizations to _______ policies and operations.
18. Researchers have found that performance-based contracts have increased the power of: 19. In this process, all programs and departments start at zero at the beginning of each year’s budget process and need to justify their budgets from the ground up.
20. The principal of how an asset’s value declines over time is called:
21. Two terms used to describe long-term and broad-based fundraising are:
22. According to Carney and Ross, which country has achieved some of the largest mass participation fundraising events?
23. Most business plans begin with a(an) that gives a thorough but succinct overview of the major points made in the following sections of the plan.
24. Explain the benefits to the nonprofit of a cause-marketing relationship.
25. Diagram a model for managing a global nongovernmental organization. [Show Less]