Community Foundation of NCW Offers Training for New Board Members

The Community Foundation of NCW is now offering Board 101: The Basics, a 90-minute presentation by foundation staff to help new and prospective board members better understand the roles and responsibilities expected in serving an organization as a volunteer board member.

Board 101 will be offered quarterly, with maximum capacity is 25. The first presentation will be on Thursday, May 30, from 5:30PM – 7:30PM.

Board 101 is intended for:

  • Those who haven’t served on a board, but want to know what it’s about
  • New board members who have never served
  • Board members who have been serving but want to brush up on basics

Board 101 will cover topics including:

  • General introduction to the nonprofit sector and key terms
  • Board roles and responsibilities
  • Reading financials – the basics!
  • Introduction to fundraising
  • Board Meeting Tips
  • Next steps – how to join a board & more educational resources

Board 101 will be offered quarterly, with maximum capacity is 25.

Participation is free, but registration is required.

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