Accountability may be a hot topic in the corporate world, but it is equally as important to nonprofits. Without the public's trust, there would be no charitable sector – and that trust is getting harder to win all the time.
Like any other investor today, donors want assurances that the organizations they support are ethically and financially sound. The best way to meet their needs is through clear, measurable results. That’s why every nonprofit should develop and adhere to a governance structure that assures its stakeholders that every dollar invested is appropriately allocated and well spent.
ABOUT THE FACILITATOR
Chris Bavolack, Operations Manager at Chazin & Company, has more than 22 years of accounting and finance experience, all specific to nonprofits. Chris is responsible for Company finance and operations, including business development.
- February 5, 2020