The Pottstown Area Health & Wellness Foundation is making it possible for organizations in their service area to participate in multiple professional development sessions for board members and staff. For more information, contact Terri Clark, 215-951-5194 or email@example.com
Nonprofit managers have to develop basic skills in, and understanding of, financial management in order to effectively manage the organization’s, or their program’s, finances. Knowledge of key accounting responsibilities, financial reporting requirements, legal considerations, internal controls, sustainability, and potential taxation issues and even vocabulary, provides nonprofit leaders and managers with the primary tools to build.
This step-by-step user-friendly guide will walk novice grant seekers through the proposal planning, research, writing, and submission process. Discussion will include how to define funding needs, what types of grants exist and how they differ, how to conduct funding research, steps in writing a proposal, and how to approach different funders. Emphasis will be on.
A written employee handbook is essential for every nonprofit, no matter the size. It ensures that everyone is operating from the same page and can eliminate disputes over whether basic employment information and policies were communicated. Consistent formal communication is essential to address potential legal action by current or former employees. A well written employee.
Adherence to both legal and ethical practices in fundraising is fundamental to every nonprofit’s ability to maintain trust. Nonprofit leaders, including development staff, are stewards of the public’s trust and therefore must be knowledgeable of rules and regulations that govern charitable fundraising. In this Impact Session, Laura Solomon, Esq., an expert in nonprofit law, will.
Being an effective board member is more than attending meetings. This class is the first step in truly appreciating the roles and responsibilities that the job of board member requires. Attendees will come to comprehend the full responsibilities of board membership in both the context of being part of a larger whole as well as.
Even when times are bad, individuals contribute more than 75% of the $240 million given annually to nonprofits. No nonprofit can afford to miss the opportunities that individual giving offers and whether a major gift to your organization means $500 or $5,000, your individual giving program should have a unique strategy for major donors. This.
First in a series of free presentations for current and aspiring board members, executive directors and senior finance staff that will offer honest insights from nonprofit leaders, finance experts and attorneys on what it means to be a nonprofit board member – the roles, responsibilities, liabilities and expectations – in order to provide a productive,.
A Free Program to demystify the consulting process for nonprofit organizations from The Regional Foundation Center of the Free Library of Philadelphia and The Nonprofit Center at La Salle University’s School of Business A consulting project is a major investment for any nonprofit. Being well-informed about the process can make the difference between a successful.
Your skills and experience have prepared you to serve as an executive director or board leader with skills and experience in your field. But education and experience don’t necessarily prepare us for the specific demands of leadership. How well do you know your own leadership style? Are you democratic, paternalistic, a delegator, an autocrat, a.
This course provides an essential framework for understanding the major human resources responsibilities in nonprofits. Because workplace laws guide and control much of what we do with employees, participants will become familiar with the major workplace laws and the legal principles that govern the employment relationship. You will learn about the importance of good policies.
We truly are our own worst enemies, a key purveyor of the negative images of nonprofits that the larger public whole-heartedly believes and takes as gospel. If we want to dispel those myths—and we… Read more
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In the past week, I have read 69 mission statements. Perhaps it is a Guiness Book of Records triumph, but that wasn’t the purpose. Perhaps it is one of the top 10 worst things I have ever done, bu… Read more