Learn how to combine the elements of public relations, marketing, branding and advertising to tell your story and build a successful communications machine that reaches staff, volunteers, donors, board members and other key audiences for your organization without breaking the bank.
Also, Carrie Rathbun will provide follow-up support after the workshop in the form of answering a reasonable number of questions via phone or email. She is happy to meet with any workshop participant(s) personally for a more extended level of support or engagement as part of a mutually agreeable arrangement.
Lunch is included at noon.
This group meets on the 2nd Tuesday of every other month.
Facilitator: Nonprofit Network
The more you understand about embezzlement, the easier it is to recognize the signs and take steps to keep your company's financial assets secure. Treasurers, Finance Committee members, Board Members, Executive Directors and Bookkeepers will all gain critical information about managing your nonprofits financial resources and futures.
A Board's primary responsibility is protecting the assets of the organization and the most common embezzlement is by employees or internal staff. Come learn how to spot signs of embezzlement or misuse of funds, how to protect your business, steps you should take and how to get the most out of your audit.
1. Raising the awareness that embezzlement does happen
2. Encouraging leaders to give high priority to instituting safeguards against embezzlement
3. Debunking the myth that having an audit fixes the problem
4. Providing some tools/structure for participants to employ back at their shop to enhance safeguards.
Note: to be considered for 2020 grants, attendance at this workshop is a requirement.
Dinner is included.
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