Start + Grow Your Nonprofit
What is a nonprofit? What do we mean by tax-exempt? What’s the difference between a public charity and a private foundation? How big is the nonprofit sector in the United States and in our local community? And how does the nonprofit sector interact with other sectors to meet community needs?
Having a basic understanding of the nonprofit sector is an essential element of effective board service. This board bootcamp session provides a great introduction for new board members and nonprofit executives, and a great refresher for current board members to better understand:
In addition, this session will provide a basic overview of the nonprofit sector in East Central Illinois, drawing on data insights from a recent report completed by students from Gies College of Business at the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign. Highlights include:
Nonprofit board members, executives and senior staff can use this information to uncover current trends among nonprofits within East Central Illinois, understand what other nonprofit stakeholders are working to meet similar community challenges, and how to tap into capacity building resources and training opportunities to support your organization’s growth and development.
Presented in partnership with the Community Foundation of East Central Illinois. CFECI encourages and receives contributions establishing endowments for the long-term benefit of east central Illinois.
About the Presenter: Dr. Melissa Iverson in the Leadership and Social Change MSW concentration. In her role as an educator, she focuses on connecting classroom theory and learning to current social issues students see at their internships and in the human services organization domain.
To attend this webinar, please register below.
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