Planning and Evaluation
This report from BoardSource discusses findings from a survey conducted for the Next Generation and Governance project, which was designed to stimulate thinking and action among nonprofits regarding the roles they can play to engage Generations X and Y in good governance.
These questions will help you as you decide whether you can, want to, and should start a new nonprofit organization.
This guide outlines the habits of highly effective nonprofit organizations.
This flow chart can help you organize the process of planning, developing, and implementing a new program or service.
This template can be adapted for many kinds of program evaluations.
This toolkit provides materials that can assist you in planning and implementing a new nonprofit. You'll learn about: tax issues, legal issues, skills needed to start up a nonprofit, and stages of organizational growth. Included in this toolkit are:
1. A questionnaire to assess whether starting a nonprofit is the right thing
2. A snapshot of the nonprofit sector in Central Texas
3. Step-by-step instructions for incorporating and start-up
4. Resources for starting a nonprofit
5. Frequently asked questions (FAQ’s) about nonprofit start up issues
6. List of resources for nonprofit management
This worksheet provides a list of the things to consider and plan for when developing a program or event. This form can be customized to your needs.
This simplified guide can be used to identify and communicate social return on investment through value chain analysis.
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