Charity Board Academy session 2
WAREHAM - Nov. 27, 2016 - If you are a director on a nonprofit 501(c)(3) board, or if you may occupy one soon, you are probably aware of some of the sticky issues that can be encountered. TheCHARITY BOARD ACADEMY offers an informal and relaxed environment to discuss critical information or confirm assumptions regarding issues like board member insurance,conflict of interest, personal liabilities and legal responsibilities, as defined by state and federal laws and industry best practices.
The LEGAL CENTER FOR NONPROFITS, Inc. of New Bedford, the ONSET BAY ASSOCIATION and CULTURAL CONNECTION, Inc. of Wareham, have combined resources to present the CHARITY BOARD ACADEMY. In these sessions we highlight management options for you and your organization. In addition we discuss time saving practices and the basics of grants. A position on a nonprofit board will have lasting affects on the organization you love and the community it serves, the CHARITY BOARD ACADEMY helps you grow whether you are new to the nonprofit sector or a seasoned professional..
These professional improvement classes are facilitated by Nonprofit Specialist Attorney, Linnea Michel, Esq., President of the LEGAL CENTER FOR NONPROFITS.
The IRS and the Offices of the Attorney General have very specific expectations of those who sit on the boards of charitable organizations. Although these expectations are reasonable, they are not inconsequential for the individual director. The CHARITY BOARD ACADEMY will help participants navigate these expectations while at the same time prepare them to be knowledgeable and effective and legally compliant directors.
Attendance by two or more members of the same board is strongly suggested as this will enable recall and reenforcement of crucial concepts. Donation is just $10 per person per class. This next class will be held in Wareham at the office of the ONSET BAY ASSOCIATION at 4 Union Ave., Onset, on Thurs., December. 1st. at 6:30PM. To reserve your spots, call 508 266-5104 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
This program is brought to you in part by the Wareham Community Events Committee. We partner with Onset Bay Association, the United Way of Greater New Bedford, the Wareham Cultural Council, the Legal Center for Nonprofits of New Bedford and the Wareham Boys & Girls Club with major funding from Eastern Bank, Terry's Home Oil, Lindsey's Family Restaurant, Wareham Village Funeral Home, Cranberry Self Storage, Salerno's Seaside Function Hall and other local businesses.
The Cultural Connection, Inc., is a broad spectrum, charitable, tax exempt, tax deductible organization whose purpose is creating, connecting & preserving public cultural assets and related infrastructure for the benefit of Greater Wareham, consistent with the larger aims of the town and the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
Its focus of activity is known as Creative PlaceMaking. Creative PlaceMaking is the ongoing activities that facilitate feelings of vibrancy, unity and self esteem of and amongst a community, its residents, visitors and businesses by diligently employing imaginative use of various cultural assets that make up and define specific areas.
Please see our website for giving options at: culturalconnecting.org or call 508 266-5104.