[Zoom Meeting] Getting to Know the Standards - Series: Resource Development
** Please note: registration is required via https://tnp.wildapricot.org/event-3905890 **
Please join The Nonprofit Partnership and Strategy Solutions, Inc. for the Standards for Excellence® series: Getting to Know the Standards for Excellence®: Best Practices for a Well-Managed and Responsibly Governed Nonprofit.
What are the Standards for Excellence®, you ask? According to The Standards for Excellence Institute®, the Standards® were "established to promote the highest standards of ethics, effectiveness, and accountability in nonprofit governance, management, and operations."
Accreditation and recognition can be a rigorous process, but the Strategy Solutions team will be there to guide you as you explore this important process.
This series will provide a framework to achieve a well-managed and responsibly governed organization. Each session will be interactive -- there will be the opportunity for participants to share information and ask questions. Join Strategy Solutions for one session or for all -- whatever works best for you and your needs!
Getting to Know the Standards for Excellence®: Best Practices for a Well-Managed and Responsibly Governed Nonprofit - Resource Development.
Presented by: Strategy Solutions, Inc.
This session will provide an overview of the Standards for Excellence® with a specific focus on Resource Development. Topics to be covered include:
- Resource Plan
- Sources of Income
- Fundraising Activities
- Donor Relationships and Privacy
- Acceptance of Gifts
- Fundraising on Behalf of the Organization
This session will touch on:
- An overview of the Standards for Excellence® and how they benefit nonprofits
- The responsibility for resource development is shared by the board and staff.
- Nonprofit organizations depend on an array of sources of financial support -an organization’s resource development program should be maintained on a foundation of truthfulness and responsible stewardship.
- Policies should be consistent with its mission, compatible with its organizational capacity, and respectful of the interests of donors, prospective donors, and others providing resources to the organization.