In this climate of financial uncertainty, not-for-profit organizations face a broad array of financial challenges ranging from assuring ample cash flow for daily operations to the need to control costs and improve efficiencies. In addition to credit and short-term liquidity needs, most not-for-profit organizations are also looking to speed up the collection of dues and donations, eliminate idle balances and more efficiently disburse funds to employees, vendors and beneficiaries.
Today, many globally recognized not-for-profit organizations and foundations place their confidence in our expertise. Our solutions help combine technology and tested methods to simplify finances and manage cash flow.
To speak with a not-for-profit industry specialist, get in touch below or contact Liz Connelly, Head of Not-For-Profit Banking, at (312) 732-7510.
The key trends in payments fraud and digital crime that you need to know about to protect your organization from unnecessary financial loss.Watch replay about Webinar: Payments Fraud and Internet Crime
Digital has changed the landscape for engaging with today’s donors. How should not-for-profits adjust to take advantage of this emerging trend?Read article about 5 Cost-Effective Ways to Engage New Donors
Nine strategies and best practices to help charitable organizations protect against the risks and potential financial loss resulting from payments fraud.Read white paper about Mitigating Payments Fraud Risk: Best Practices for Not-For-Profit Organizations
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