Everything You Need to Know about Running a NonProfit

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Name: Everything You Need to Know about Running a NonProfit
Date: July 24, 2018
Time: 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM PDT
Event Description:
Everything You Need to Know to Run a Nonprofit
Presented by Fran Meininger and Daryl Reese You will come away with an understanding of entity options, organizational structure, and legal issues for nonprofits.Discussions will focus on developing a mission statement, conducting a simple organizational assessment, establishing a preliminary budget, objectives and outcomes. This course is intended for nonprofits.

Daryl Reese - Daryl’s practice focuses on nonprofit law, business law, and civil litigation. As a former business leader and nonprofit executive, he brings a wealth of knowledge and understanding to the business needs of business entities and nonprofit organizations of all types.

Fran Meininger - Fran has over 25 years of experience in nonprofit leadership, from volunteer coordinator to Executive Director, as well as membership on many boards, councils and commissions.
 
Charles (Chuck) Levine - Charles Levine was the President of the Board of Jack London Park Partners, when it created the first Operating Agreement to manage a California State Park.  In the six years since JLPP began operating the Park, it has thrived.  Attendance has more than doubled.  The Park’s budget has increased by a factor of 4, yet the Park has consistently operates at break-even or with a surplus.  Volunteers in the Park have increased about 5- fold.  The Park is recognized by many as a model for public-private partnerships.

What recent attendees have said about this workshop for non-profits:
 
“The presentations were all EXCELLENT ---- highly informative, very useful and relevant, and well presented.  I especially appreciated the sincerity of the three presenters, and their generosity in sharing their experience and expertise with us.”
 
“Wonderful workshop. Very, very helpful.”
 
“I was 100% served today.”
Location:
PACC Office
6 Petaluma Blvd N Suite A2
Date/Time Information:
9a to noon
Fees/Admission:
$35
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