A horse rescue nonprofit in California paints itself as a “lone wolf” operation that is willing to go to extremes to outdo its “competitors” to prevent animal suffering. The realities of its operation may be even worse than what that revealing statement suggests.
In a pattern reminiscent of the Catholic Church, USA Swimming left its swimmers acutely vulnerable by internally flagging those accused of sexual misconduct but not banning them from work in the sport.
In this important board management online workshop, we’ll delve into the findings from BoardSource’s most recent research in Leading with Intent, which indicate that an understanding of programs is key to board excellence.
This article is a useful reminder of the compliance-based roles of the board. Get ready to highlight your favorite parts as you read, as there are bound to be points to which you need to pay more attention. It’s valuable for even the most seasoned of executives and board members.
In anticipation of the second part of this webinar series on the new FASB accounting guidelines, we’re reprising the first part today. Watch as FMA’s Hilda Polanco discusses the coming changes in financial reporting standards for nonprofit organizations. And join us on October 31st for Part 2!
As is typical when investigating charity misdeeds, the media leads and the government follows. At Goodwill Omaha, the Nebraska AG is “reviewing,” but what is being reviewed or to what end remains unknown.
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