Most nonprofits are running on empty, according to a new survey by BDO.
Forty percent have less than six months' reserves; thirteen percent have none.
The financial picture's worse among small nonprofits (those with annual revenue under $25 million).
Loss of revenue can cripple a nonprofit. That's why BDO recommends keeping liquid reserves for at least six months.
Executive directors and board members in a bind over money have a clear choice: they can hide their heads in the sand, or take action now to bolster income and reserves.
The economy's rolling, but the joyride can't last forever.
Pick up the phone an call a few revenue-generation experts today.
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