November 2019
April 2020
Bryan Orander, President, Charitable Advisors
Applications open for limited funds:
Paycheck Protection (PPP) loans for nonprofits
Because this is time sensitive and there are limited funds, we thought a special send was in order.
The PPP will be administered through the Small Business Administration (SBA) and implemented by banks around the country that are already approved as SBA lenders as well as other banks and credit unions who opt in to the program. The money will be distributed on a first come, first served basis.
Special reminders for nonprofits : Check in with your board now to secure their approval if it’s required to apply for such a loan and continue any efforts you have in place to manage and conserve cash. Early indications are that it could take a few weeks to receive funds after loans are approved.

Here is a link to Forbes’ and a simple breakdown of how it affects nonprofits. The article simplifies how it works and offers some tips and concrete steps you can take right now to be ready to apply. The window opened April 3. Learn more

Bryan Orander, President                    

At Charitable Advisors, we recognized that few nonprofit boards are accustomed to making difficult decisions? With more than 20 years of experience, one similarity we have found is that all boards desire to serve and support their neighborhoods or communities. During this tough time, Charitable Advisors can provide a positive, neutral voice and help your board address the issues at hand.  Learn more
With COVID-19 stretching human service organizations, every position is critical to meet the increased demand for services. We can lend a hand. With a proven track record, Charitable Advisors nonprofit recruiters can help ensure that your nonprofit can continue to fill key positions, does not lose talent or take the focus away from the organization’s mission.  Learn more

We want to recognize board leaders
For most board members, board leadership roles come with a commitment and investment of time and resources to support a cause they care about. However, for the individual who steps up to serve as board president or chair, the role comes with the assumption of overall responsibility for the nonprofit and guiding the organization’s path forward.  

As we continue to share news of board leaders who have taken the helm, we encourage you to recognize and thank these individual for tackling the role, because as a community member you recognize the value of his or her investment to help keep the sector strong.  

If you want to announce your organization’s new board leader, please send name, position and a head shot HERE.

We are open to other ways we can support and recognize board leaders. Send us your thoughts or tell us a story about a board leader who has made a difference in your organization. Share your ideas with Don Gulbrandsen , director of consulting or Bryan Orander , president.
Jan Viehweg

Partner,   Emerald Consulting
John Trimble

President , Indianapolis Legal Aid Society
Partner, Lewis Wagner, LLP
Maria Wiley

Sr. Director of Audit and Compliance, Procurement , Indianapolis Airport Authority

Looking for a new leadership role?
Charitable Advisors has led 30 nonprofit leadership transitions in the past two years.

With more transitions on the horizon, we are building a leadership talent database of experienced nonprofit leaders. With a selection pool, we have made the process more efficient and effective for both candidates and employers. 

If you are thinking about or planning to change roles in the next year, or sooner, please consider   submitting your resume   and answer a few questions, in confidence.

Because we understand that your queries need to be confidential, we will not share your information without prior consent.
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