Free workshop for community nonprofit organizations, Dec. 13
What is a nonprofit organization? What is a board of directors, what role does it play within a nonprofit and what are the responsibilities of the directors? Have you been asked to serve or do you currently serve as a board member to a nonprofit? Are you thinking about starting a nonprofit organization?
If you answered yes, to any of these questions, then join us at The Roanoke Center on Thursday, Dec. 13 for a workshop lead by The Conservation Fund's Capacity Builder, Resourceful Communities program lead, Tatia Ash. Through this unique program, the Fund provides organizational and program development, technical assistance and training support to a network of community groups, faith-based organizations, small towns and resource providers throughout North Carolina.
At the interactive workshop, participants will learn the details of what defines a nonprofit and what types of organizations qualify, as well as the requirements an organization must meet to secure a nonprofit, tax-exempt status. Attendees will also learn about the governing role and responsibilities of a nonprofit organization’s board of directors, including the financial and legal oversight duties the board provides.
Location: The Roanoke Center, 409 North Main St., Rich Square, NC
Date: Thursday, Dec. 13, 2018
Time: 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
Registration: Call 252-539-4605
All are welcome but space is limited and registration is requested by Wednesday, Dec. 12. Call today to reserve your spot!