This list of topics addresses fundamental aspects of nonprofit board service. Dig in to find information that will help you think through issues or challenges facing your organization.
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Our core membership program is designed for nonprofit organizations that are looking for year-round support, and for those who are committed to continued advancement, helping to strengthen their boards and missions.
Strengthened by our broader work to identify and map trends within the nonprofit sector, we are inspiring action on critical issues facing the social sector.
BoardSource works with foundations to help support their board leadership and development, their grantees, and also depends on the support of foundations to accomplish it’s important sector-wide work.
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Nonprofit board service enables corporations to strengthen communities by leveraging their most valuable asset – their people. BoardSource’s corporate membership program enables companies to access scalable, turnkey support for all of its employees that are serving – or preparing to serve – on a nonprofit board.
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Are your board committees working? Or are they rooted in traditions that grew out of past necessity but have lost their relevance in today’s context? Are they helping or hindering your board?
What you’ll find in Nonprofit Board Committees:
We encourage all boards to be creative in rethinking how your board might be structured, and be flexible in experimenting with different strategies. The place to start is Nonprofit Board Committees.
Please note: This new publication replaces a series of six books that were collectively known as the Committee Series. Much has changed in governance and the world in which nonprofits operate since those books were published almost 15 years ago, all of which is reflected in Nonprofit Board Committees.
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