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Understanding Nonprofit Financials - Level 101
Use Financial Statements to Make Strategic Decisions and Deepen Impact
"This class provided me some more clarity regarding financial reports. Now I hope to no longer sit quietly while the reports are discussed at board meetings."
- Jenny Skoble, Coastside Children's Programs
Discounts available for Santa Clara County nonprofits. (Details Below)
Gaining a true understanding of your organization’s financials and making strategic decisions as a result can increase your long term impact, perhaps more than any other leadership skill. In this class we will explore the basic elements of common nonprofit financial statements and will identify tips to better understand what they mean and how they can be used to determine the health of an organization. In addition, we will review basic "financial jargon" and will discuss the nuances of accounting in the nonprofit sector. Participants walk away with an understanding of how they can use this financial information to make strategic decisions.
Intended Audience: Nonprofit executives, board members, senior staff, and emerging leaders.
When: February 28th, 2019 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Where: Sobrato Center for Nonprofits, 1400 Parkmoor Ave, San Jose, CA 95126 (Room Cupertino A)
Cost*: CEN Members - $75 | Non-members - $150
Instructor: Jennifer Simmons
For Santa Clara County Nonprofits:
Applied Materials Foundation Discounted Price: CEN Members - $20 | Non-members - $40
Thanks to ongoing funding from the Applied Materials Foundation, all Santa Clara County nonprofit professionals (staff & board members of organizations located in or serving the Santa Clara County population) can take advantage of deep discounts to any of CEN's nonprofit professional development workshops. Thank you, Applied Materials Foundation, for providing local organizations access to needed training so that we can all deepen our community impact!
CEN Events Cancellation Policy: Unfortunately, CEN is no longer able to accommodate cancellations within 72 hours of any event. A registered attendee who has been billed or invoiced but is a “No Show” on the day of the event will still be billed for the event. There are no exceptions to this policy, but substitutions are permitted at any time as long as the attendee is from the same organization. Approved refunds – requested before the 72 hour cutoff – will be issued through the original form of payment. Thank you!
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