In today’s climate of constant regulatory changes, financial management can be challenging in any industry. Nonprofits face unique challenges from strict reporting and accountability requirements to cost containment strategies that just don’t apply to the for-profit sector.
The Nonprofit Fiscal Managers Association (NFMA) provides regular learning opportunities and tangible tools and strategies so you can stay up to date on nonprofit financial management practices and related legal and compliance issues.
Although this series is designed for CFOs and fiscal managers, it is open to any nonprofit leader who wants to learn more about best practices in financial management.
All sessions take place at Ecotrust Conference Center in downtown Portland from 7:30 to 9:30 a.m. Advanced registration is required for all events. Click on an event below to register.
|October 26||How to Be a Finance Superhero: Making the Numbers Go “POW!”|
|November 16||Security Strategies and Implementations: How to Keep the Bad Guys Out of Your Organization!|
|January 24||Nonprofit Accounting for Non-Accountants: Why Does the Balance Sheet Balance, and Why Should I Care?|
|March 15 (Resecheduled from February 22)||GAAP Basics and New Developments for Nonprofits|
|March 22||Supporting Nonprofit CEOs with Financial Strategy|
|April 26||Risk Management: Tricks and Traps|
|May 24||Form 990 Updates & Best Practices|
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Principles and Practices for Effective
Nonprofits in Oregon
The nonprofit sector plays a critical role in society. Nonprofits are essential to the well-being and vibrancy of our communities. While doing great mission-driven work, nonprofits must also be equipped to operate their organizations effectively and efficiently. NAO has developed Principles and Practices for Effective Nonprofits in Oregon – proven ethical, legal, equitable and effective best practice resources that nonprofits can access and use to guide their work. These Principles and Practices for Effective Nonprofits in Oregon embed Independent Sector’s Principles for Good Governance and Ethical Practice and contextualize them to Oregon. Resources available in the Principles and Practices for Effective Nonprofits in Oregon include curated and created materials. Learn more.
Not sure if this series is right for you? Call our Training Coordinator at 503-239-4001, ext. 123 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.