One of the main responsibilities of nonprofit board members is to maintain financial accountability of their organization. Board members act as trustees of the organization's assets and must exercise due diligence to oversee that the organization is well-managed and that its financial situation remains sound.
The pervasiveness of risk in the workings of everyday business means that boards must factor risk as an integral part of organizational strategy. Technology has increased the pace of business transactions globally, which has increased the volume and speed of product cycles. Today’s businesses are wrought with complexities and litigiousness like never before—issues that hold the potential to destroy organizations overnight.
Centering the Board is a series of interactive seminars where a board can get they answers they need to govern and grow their organization.
Roles and Responsibilities - Thursday Feb 22
Ethics - Thursday March 15
Fiscal - Thursday April 26
Are you looking for more funding for your nonprofit organization?
Is this your first proposal?
Has it been a while since your last proposal?
Are you a member of the proposal team and want to do more?
Join us for a great action-packed day of hands-on grant proposal writing skills development.
This training will include:
Conducting local research
Designing your program logic model
Evaluating performance and impact
Developing the budget and budget narrative
Communicating your sustainability plans
Organizing and finishing the proposal
Whether you are just writing your first proposal or want some handy tips for better results this is the training for you.