Practical Guidelines for Non-Profit Boards
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You have been asked to serve on a non-profit board. What do you do now? What does that really mean, other than going to a meeting once a month? Perhaps you currently serve on a non-profit board, but have the same question – what does that really mean? What am I supposed to do? How do I know if the organization is structured properly? These guidelines have been developed with you in mind. They provide clear, concise statements to help you understand your role and responsibility as a board member of a non-profit organization. This is not a legal document; an attorney did not prepare it. It was written in a manner to help make it easy to follow, but be clear where there are dangers to watch for and to help you be a good board member.
Companion documents: Board Self-Evaluation and Board Assessment available upon request at no extra charge.
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