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When interviewing a prospective board member, there=s a tendency to focus only on the obvious: expertise, experience, and interest in serving on the board. But don’t stop there. Read more
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NP15

The legal, governing body of a nonprofit organization is its Board of Directors. Read more
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The Web site www.carvergovernance.com offers a description of the world's most complete theoretical foundation for the governing board=s role in business, nonprofit and governmenta Read more
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Fundraising for your Nonprofit Organization Read more
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Ten ways to raise money when you have little or none to spend. Read more
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Planning is the key to success for any venture - including your nonprofit organization. Read more
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Nonprofit organizations need to know at least two things: 1) what their community (their market) needs, and Read more
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NP20

We live in an age when elected officials, the media, and the public all insist on accountability. Theydemand quality services in return for their financial support. Read more
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The IRS has a many page instruction brochure for Form 990 and Form 990-EZ. SCORE recommends using both the IRS instruction brochure and this write-up when preparing your Form 990. Read more
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NP07

If your organization takes advantage of a dedicated, unpaid labor force (volunteers), you should be aware of how to protect both your organization and your volunteers from legal cl Read more
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Though the insurance needs of each nonprofit organization are different, several common types of coverage apply to most groups. Those types are described below. Read more

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