For this week blog, I have chosen the above article. Firstly, when a nonprofit wants transparency, it is easy for someone to misuse the funds and get benefit of contributors and the organization. Many stories of corruption become very common in the mass media and has begun to establish donor mistrust. However, if a nonprofit organization turn out to be more transparent and reveals more information, that trust can be returned. Furthermore, when a nonprofit realizes a nightmare, it’s crucial that the board instantly take action to recover the public’s trust. When boards reject to share information with donors or the public it nurtures red flags, individual start to ask questions and wondering what, if anything, are they trying to withhold. Even if a nonprofit has nothing to withhold, not being transparent increases eye brows. However, when a nonprofit shares information it attains donors and the public feel like they can be trusted.