in a non-profit organization, what is the proper management hierarchy?
In a non-profit, you can't be the boss. You have to have a Board of Directors which oversee that the non-profit business will work, thrive, and survive. It consists of a Head Chairman, Co-Chairman, Treasurer, and Secretary. A good book to read is: Nonprofit Kit for Dummies. I bought it and it really opens your eyes to various things.
Did you get things sorted out with your non-profit organization?
by Billie Pagliolo 6 years ago
Are there advantages to running a business as a non-profit agency?What are the indications that your business should actually function with non-profit status? What are the criteria for converting a business to a non-profit group? What steps are involved in the process?
by Krista Schnee 5 years ago
Which is your favorite non-profit organization? What do you do to help them?
by UknowuLOVEME13 6 years ago
What is the best way to establish a None-Profit Organization?I have two organizations that I have been doing for over a year. Yes, they are new but, I would like to get the names and everything established before too much longer.
by tdebrick 4 years ago
What is the advantage of starting a not for profit organization?I really would like to help the use and trying to figure out best avenue.
by QudsiaP1 7 years ago
Recently I got into an argument with someone who said that 'Chairwoman' is not a word and the word 'Chairperson' should be used if the gender is female.Is this correct?Wouldn't it be sexist, if a man can be called a chair man but a woman should be called a chairperson as that gives the illusion...
by Bill Irvine 8 years ago
Please explain how an annuity can be used to create a legacy for a non-profit organization.I am a Board member of a local non-profit. I have been told that this requires the services of an attorney, and is quite complicated. True?
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