A Formula for Nonprofit Sustainability

Date and Time: March 27th, 2013 - 09:00 am to 12:00 pm Location: 1600 Market St, Suite 3600 - Philadelphia, PA 19103

This course is full - please contact us at 215-951-1701 to inquire about a waiting list.

“Sustainability is one of those buzzwords that has caught fire in recent years.  Nonprofit sustainability is dependent upon many factors, including governance, planning, outcomes measurement, and of course, financial stability.  This class will define what financial stability means and tactics on how to develop it, all with the goal of having a financially sustainable organization.

It will look at the factors that are essential to your organization’s financial stability, beyond simply generating enough money to stay afloat.  Exploring the key indicators of financial stability, while identifying those areas that put an organization at risk, will make those responsible for an organization’s adaptability, cost effectiveness and efficiency, will leave you be better armed to create a plan to ensure that it will endure and continue to perform its mission.”

Certificate Programs: Financial Management

Event Location

Date: March 27th, 2013

Location: Schnader Harrison Segal & Lewis LLP

Address: PNC Bank Building 1600 Market St, Suite 3600

Philadelphia, PA 19103

Member Fee $69
Non-member Fee $75

Instructors

  • John J. Nihill, CPA

    John J. Nihill, CPA, is a Director and the Nonprofit Practice Area Leader at Elko & Associates Ltd.  John has built a reputation for excellence in his 30 years of experience in the accounting industry, and has dedicated a significant portion of his career to providing accounting and audit services to tax-exempt organizations.  Before joining Elko, John worked for Deloitte where he progressed from staff accountant to senior manager in the audit department. As a result of John’s commitment to helping others, he engages in educational activities, including speaking engagements for current and prospective clients in the industry.  Outside of the