Friday Fundamentals for Flourishing Nonprofits
Eight carefully designed, targeted 90-minute workshops, with attendance limited to eight nonprofit leaders, so you will get the personal attention to the questions that matter to you and your nonprofit. Training that gets right to the point, right here in Salem, created and presented by an attorney focused on helping nonprofits do more good while having more fun.
“First things first? So how do we know what’s first?”
(Priority-setting for nonprofit leaders)
File, forget, and flounder.
(Using minutes to help make better use of your hours.)
By law or not by law?
(Bylaws for the bewildered.)
“Procedures? We don’ need no stinking procedures!”
(How and why nonprofits can learn to love doing things “by the book.”)
What taxes? I thought we were a nonprofit!
(“Excuse me, your unrelated business income is showing.”)
“We do the Lord’s work, so why do they act like Satan?”
(Conflict on boards.)
“We love mankind. It’s the employees who drive us mad.”
(Employment law for nonprofits.)
“But Judge, . . . !”
(How to raise funds without having a lawyer on speed-dial.)
Each workshop will be at 11 am on Fridays in downtown Salem.
Tuition is just $35 for each one (paid in advance)
or $40 (paid day of) – or guarantee your seat by enrolling for all eight for just $250 (save $30).
Workshop creator and leader is John Gear of the John Gear Law Office, LLC.
See http://JohnGearLaw.com for more information.
To enroll or for questions, call John at 503-339-7787.