This publication provides best practices and tools for managers of environmental and conservation nonprofits in our challenging economic times. Learn how to track your finances, recognize danger signals, assess your options, and make tough decisions fairly with the best interests of the organization in mind.
This sample investment policy from Montana Nonprofit Association includes policies for operating finds, short-term reserve funds, long-term reserve funds and endowment funds.
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More than half of the nonprofits in the U.S. are estimated to be all-volunteer organizations. Due to the fact that these organizations have an informal air about them, it is easy for finances to be treated in a casual way. But when money matters are treated casually, it can become too... (continued)
Board members, executives, program managers and even donors should make sure that they know a little bit about nonprofit accounting and financial management.
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