Resource Management

Building Great Budgets

This class provides an overview of successful budgeting: how to use the annual budget process to plan for a nonprofit’s future. What are the steps of the process? Who should participate and why? What’s the relationship between organizational goals and budgeting? We’ll consider some key tricks to building a great budget, including allocating administrative costs to programs and creating contingency plans.

Price: 
$55.00

Volunteer Recruitment and Onboarding

Maximizing volunteer resources to build programs and maintain operations is critical to many nonprofits today.  However, the competition for volunteer talent is strong, and attracting the right mix of skills and schedules requires updated approaches.  This class will focus on how to:

Price: 
$100.00

Financial Leadership

If you’re a member of a nonprofit’s leadership team—Executive Director, Board Chair, Treasurer, or senior staff member, among others—you’re responsible for ensuring that your organization’s financial situation and practices are sound and and creating a sustainable business model.  To successfully accomplish this goal, you must think of yourself as a Financial Leader of your organization.

So what does it mean to "lead" from a financial standpoint?

In this one-day class we’ll talk about how you can and should:

Price: 
$100.00

The Art of Form 990

IRS Form 990 is widely recognized as essential to maintaining your nonprofit’s 501(c)(3) status, but it doesn’t get the credit it deserves as a marketing tool that communicates a great deal of information about your organization. Foundation staff and other potential funders, prospective employees, the media, and other constituencies interpret and evaluate nonprofits based on what they say—intentionally or not!—on Form 990.

Price: 
$100.00

Volunteer Resources Management Overview - *rescheduled*

Effective involvement of volunteer talents and skills is essential to most nonprofit organizations. This class offers an introduction to the basic elements of successful volunteer resources management, including planning, organizing, recruiting, screening, training, supervising, record keeping and evaluating. The course is designed for those new to the role of managing volunteers and those starting up a new volunteer program.

Price: 
$100.00

Intro to Nonprofit Finance

Does the idea of reviewing financial statements make your head hurt? Do you avoid looking at the Statement of Activities and the Balance Sheet of your organization because you are not sure what they are supposed to tell you? If so, this class can help. It provides a basic introduction to nonprofit finance—not from an accounting standpoint, but rather by discussing the individual financial statements and the information you can glean from them once you understand how to review them. Specifically, we’ll talk about:

Price: 
$100.00

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