Community Foundation of Middlesex County,
211 South Main Street,
Demands for increased transparency and public disclosure are hot topics today – both in the minds of donors and in the media headlines.
Increased access to “charity watchdogs,” information about operating and program expenses, and the availability of reporting documents, such as the IRS Form 990, provide opportunities for close scrutiny of nonprofits and the effectiveness of their programs.
Join your colleagues on Wednesday, December 11th for an AFP webinar – Jim Greenfield will discuss how transparent and effective reporting can make or break an organization in today’s fundraising world.
At the conclusion of this session, participants will:
Know the steps required to document the organization’s work as a community benefit.
Value fundraising performance analysis to document effectiveness and efficiency.
Understand the challenges to organizations in demonstrating ethical conduct.
To register, e-mail your Name, Organization, and a contact phone number to THAYER
* This webinar is an on-sitewebinar at the Community Foundation of Middlesex County in the Ground Floor Conference Room, not an online event that you can attend from your own computer. Registrants meet at the Community Foundation and attend the webinar together. This provides the opportunity for fundraising professionals to network with others in our community.
Community Foundation of Middlesex County 211 South Main Street - Middletown, Connecticut 06457