Policy & Procedure Library
Complete list of documents
All Volunteer Organizations
All Hands On Board (PDF)
A manual for All Volunteer Organizations
Distilling you message (PDF)
Getting the word out (PDF)
Effective Strategic Planning (PDF)
Fundraising Readiness Checklist
Many organization, agencies and departments have issues getting their patients and/or constituents to their facilities to provide their serves. This month we will hold an informal, “round-table” discussion with the District-Three Government Cooperative and Four County Transit authorities to discuss the transit issue, hear about transit efforts to serve and provide suggestions and ideas that might assist your constituents.
When: Wednesday, August 14, 2019 - 11:30 - 1:00 pm
Where: Washington County Public Library (Abingdon), 205 Oak Hill Street, Abingdon, VA
Cost: $10.00 if you eat, Free if you do not eat
RSVP to: Gary McGeough at firstname.lastname@example.org
By Joan Garry
A give and get policy can mean slightly different things to different organizations. But essentially it means that every board member must ‘give’ a donation of a certain amount AND help to procure financial resources.
It is typically something that the board votes on so that it becomes part of what candidates are told when they are being vetted for board services.
Please note that it is not a give OR get policy. Every single board member must give. There are many reasons for this, but my favorite? Because the two most powerful words a fundraiser utters? To read more in this topic............. Click Here.
Improving Culture & Morale at Nonprofit Organizations
By Christine Newman
It’s no secret that people working at social good organizations, and at nonprofits in particular, have the reputation of being “overworked and underpaid.” According to the 2018 Nonprofit Finance Fund State of the Nonprofit Sector Survey, 86% of respondents said demand for their services was rising and 57% said they didn’t think they could meet it; 59% cited employing enough hands to do all that work as a challenge. While slightly more than half reported increasing staff and compensation, that still leaves a large portion of organizations that didn’t. And for those organizations that did, given the challenges of meeting that increased demand, it’s likely that many employees are still working long hours and for less pay than they could get working in other sectors. To read more in this important subject......... Click Here.
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