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Ensure Effective Planning - 4th of 10 Responsibilities of Nonprofit Boards

Nonprofit boards are also tasked with ensuring effective planning.

Through the planning process, they translate the organization’s mission into goals and objectives. These goals become the benchmarks for assessing the organization’s progress over time. 63 more words

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Support and Evaluate the Chief Executive - 3rd of 10 Responsibilities of Nonprofit Boards

Providing support for executive leadership, periodically assessing the chief executives performance, and acknowledging service through compensation are key board responsibilities.

The only place CEOs can look for support that really counts is from the board. 63 more words

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Project Warmth

Once again, it’s time for Project Warmth here in Kansas City.  If you have an extra coat or blanket, please consider dropping it off at one of the ten (10) area locations.   89 more words

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Waiting to Innovate

Have you ever heard of the marshmallow experiment?  I think that my oft-derided Millennial generation is getting a bad rap as being a group of kids who shove the marshmallow in their mouths before the instructions are over.   561 more words

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Select the Chief Executive - 2nd of 10 Responsibilities of Nonprofit Boards

Among the basic responsibilities of nonprofit boards is the selection of a Chief Executive Officer (CEO).

The goal of succession plan is to propose guidelines for action that can be immediately implemented when that action is necessary. 185 more words

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IRS Announces Tax Guidance Related to Ebola Outbreak

This article was released by the IRS.

The Internal Revenue Service today issued two items of guidance in response to the need for charitable and other relief due to the Ebola outbreak in Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone. 454 more words

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Determining the Mission and Purpose of a Nonprofit Board

A nonprofit board is responsible for developing a clearly stated mission statement that can help drive the entire organization.

The board and staff should periodically review the mission statement to ensure that it’s still valid. 96 more words

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