How to Improve Group Home Care By Getting Rid of Cash and Paper

People have been talking about paperless offices since the 1980s. Back then, it simply meant replacing printed budgets, reports, and communications with computer files. Today, it’s everything from e-signing documents to real-time, work-from-anywhere collaboration. This is how an organization landed a modern, paperless accounting workflow… when the only paper they set out to replace was…

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PEX’s Journey with the Center for Hope & Safety

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The Center for Hope & Safety offers a safe and supportive environment to many victims and survivors of domestic violence, stalking, sexual assault, and human trafficking. It is a safe space for these individuals to learn about their options and find others who offer them support for the choices they make. CHS has always been…

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How Empowering Nonprofit Staffers Can Boost Efficiency

Your nonprofit organization survives on the give-to-get philosophy. People contribute to your cause because they believe you can make a difference. But if they aren’t provided with the proper means, they won’t be able to do much good. Creating a corporate culture where employees are given the tools to do their jobs better and more…

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PEX for Nonprofits

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A leading solar energy installer counts on PEX to enable material purchases by employees, so they can finish projects in a timely manner.

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Merrimack Valley Dream Center Improves Their Spend Management Process

About MVDC Located in Lawrence, MA, Merrimack Valley Dream Center is a non-profit organization focused on serving the needs of the unhoused community as well as the overall public with programs such as back-to-school backpack and supply initiatives, food drives, block parties and more. The Challenge Executive Director, Julio Meran, was the only card holder…

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Gear Up for #GivingTuesday

Now in its eighth year, Giving Tuesday (this year on December 3, 2019) is the charitable answer to Black Friday or Cyber Monday. It was created by New York’s 92nd Street Y and the U.N. Foundation as a simple idea — a day to encourage people to do good. It has now grown into a…

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