Fiscal sponsorship’s growing niche in the nonprofit sector welcomes the news that after an eight-year hiatus, Greg Colvin has relaunched his blog site, fiscalsponsorship.com, first begun in 2005.
Colvin, author of “Fiscal Sponsorship: 6 Ways To Do It Right,” an essential handbook for our field, celebrated the October 2019 publication of the book’s third edition with his co-author Stephanie Petit. Then, last year, he retired from Adler & Colvin and began reviving his blog, relaunching it Jan. 6, 2021.
“There’s never been a time with a greater need for people to rise up, organize themselves, imagine a better future, and assemble the resources to secure that future,” he writes on the homepage. “One resource for new public interest projects is using the umbrella of dedicated, professional 501(c)(3) fiscal sponsors.”
His first post is about the overwhelmingly successful work of fiscally sponsored projects in Georgia to register voters and get out the vote for the critical Jan. 5 Senate runoff elections.
He plans to keep fiscalsponsorship.com fresh with useful information and tips, timely alerts, news you can use from the field, archives of past posts and guest contributors.
As a bonus for visitors to the site, look for the 10% discount offer for “6 Ways” Third Edition, good through the end of February.
Marjorie Beggs is the Directory’s editor