skip to Main Content
What To Focus On As A Nonprofit Leader To Bring In Value

How nonprofit leaders can focus their time

Anyone who runs a nonprofit organization knows there is never enough time to do everything you want to fulfill your mission. There are only so many hours in the day to hire quality staff, recruit and screen volunteers, manage the…

Read More
Protect The Vulnerable From Sexual Abuse

Sexual abuse – Assess your risk management

According to the National Center for Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, only 38% of children who have been sexually abused ever report it. Of those who do report the abuse, 90% are abused by someone they or their families know. While…

Read More
Preparing Your Organization For An Emergency

Preparing your organization for an emergency

Whether a tornado strikes or a flood invades your community, your organization needs to be ready for the worst. Members of your congregation could be at your facility when a crisis occurs, and you’ll need to know how to evacuate…

Read More
Lock Changing To Prevent Burglaries

One burglary occurs every 14 seconds

According to the Federal Bureau of Investigation, an average of 2.1 million burglaries occur every year. Moreover, the total value of the items that were stolen has added up to almost $15 billion in recent years. Thieves who target religious…

Read More
Inexpensive, Easy Nonprofit Marketing Tips

5 Easy, Low-Cost Strategies to Market Your Nonprofit

Whether you’re looking to increase awareness, raise funds, recruit volunteers or promote your services, marketing is essential to spreading the word about your nonprofit and connecting with an enthusiastic audience. But if you’re like many nonprofits, having limited time and…

Read More
Cms Insurance Terms

Insurance terms

At the request of several customers over the years, we have prepared this Insurance Glossary of terms one might encounter when reading their insurance policies or communicating with CM Select. The definitions in this glossary are not full legal definitions.…

Read More

A clear path to slips-and-falls prevention

A slip-and-fall accident is one of the leading causes of unintentional injury and death in the United States. In fact, the National Safety Council identifies slips and falls as the cause of death for 14,500 people each year, with adults…

Read More