Remember that the existence of red flags doesn’t necessarily mean that you should forgo investing in a particular nonprofit; instead, it may mean that you want to offer the organization non-financial support in addition to the financial support you were considering.
What red flags do you watch out for when researching a nonprofit’s strategy and results? What have you found to be an effective response to red flags you encounter in your research?
If you’ve found these red flags helpful to your nonprofit due diligence, stay tuned for future posts where we’ll discuss red flags focused on other areas of your nonprofit research.
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