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Powerhouse Boards 

(January 11, 2023 webinar) In this three-part series designed for board members and those who work with them – including executive directors and program staff – a nonprofit board expert will introduce you to what you need to know and do to have a powerhouse board serving your mission, including tips and tools to implement these ideas within your board.

Capital Campaign Readiness: Can You Answer These 6 Questions? 

(March 9, 2022 webinar) Considering a capital campaign? Where do you start? Start by asking and answering six vital questions designed to prepare your nonprofit to enter the process. Designed for executive directors, development leaders and board members, this session will allow you to consider the questions for your own organization while exploring real-world examples from professionals with more than 18 years of capital campaign fundraising experience.

Board Governance Best Practices 

(September 15, 2021 presentation) In this session, we will discuss the roles and responsibilities of serving on a nonprofit board and tangible action items to help your board be more effective.

Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Form 990 (But Were Afraid to Ask) 

(September 9, 2021 webinar)
As a result of attending this session, you will be able to: (1) understand and apply the three lenses used to complete an impactful Form 990; (2) describe how the Form 990 is organized along with the purposes of each section; (3) differentiate which areas of the Form 990 receive increased attention from the IRS and use that to evaluate the overall effectiveness of your Form 990.