Financial Benchmarks and Nonprofit Health — Smaller Organizations
Who: Nonprofit leaders from organizations with budgets of less than $500,000. Executive Directors or staff who are interacting with, responding to, and considering the overall financial health of the organization for the organization and/or as communicated to donors.
What: Join peer nonprofit leaders for a closed-door conversation on the financial benchmarks you think are important, and how that plays out for your organization and in the sector.
When: September 24, 8.30-10.00 am. Breakfast provided.
Where: At CNE, 1701-A Allied Street, Charlottesville, VA. (Next to Circa, behind C’Ville Coffee — street parking available)
Why: These information-finding sessions are part of a series of conversations that CNE is hosting as part of the Finance Academy — with nonprofit, corporate, and community leaders and with philanthropists. The goal is to consider how national financial benchmarking standards translate to and for our community, and to ultimately share the feedback cross-sector and in ways that foster communication and understanding.
Bonus: In addition to connecting with peers, engaging in meaningful conversation, and benefiting the sector… all nonprofit participants will receive a gift certificate redeemable towards a CNE program, service, or training!
For more information or to register, contact Sarah Gaines.
The CNE and the CFA Institute partnership provides board members, executive directors, finance managers and staff members with key skills for mastering the financial health of their organization. The Finance Academy accommodates nonprofits at any point in their organizational development to grow and find an ethical, leading-practice approach to achieving both mission impact and financial sustainability.
|When||Monday, September 24, 2018 8:30AM - 10:00AM|
|Where||Center for Nonprofit Excellence|
|Trainer||Sarah Gaines, CNE|