Calculating True Program Costs

Date: Mar 12, 2013
Time: 09:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Where:

Open Book, Room 203
1011 Washington Ave. S., Minneapolis

Fee: $45 for MCN members / $55 for nonmembers
 

Do you know what it costs to deliver your programs?

An understanding of true program costs is essential for management decisions, program design, and effective development work. This workshop will help you allocate expenses, build realistic program budgets, and communicate what your work actually costs. You will learn to identify direct and indirect expenses using real life examples, and then review different methods of allocating these costs to programs. Afterwards you will be able to assess which programs are fully funded and which are subsidized, information that will help you manage a sustainable organization.

Nonprofits Assistance Fund

Part of Nonprofits Assistance Fund’s Practical Financial Management series, helping staff with financial responsibilities to develop the management skills necessary for savvy planning and strategic decision making.

 

The 2013 financial management workshop series is co-sponsored by MCN and Nonprofits Assistance Fund.

To Register

Please register through the Nonprofit Assistance Fund website. For information regarding the financial management workshop series, contact Amanda Dlouhy at 612-278-7161 or adlouhy@nonprofitsassistancefund.org.

About the Presenter

Phil HatliePhil Hatlie, Nonprofit Assistance Fund trainer & loan officer, is responsible for assisting nonprofits during the loan application, review process, and throughout the lifecycle of the loan. He has a special expertise in charter school financing. He also delivers training workshops and provides technical assistance on financial management topics to nonprofits throughout Minnesota. Prior to joining Nonprofits Assistance Fund, Phil spent 15 years working as the lead finance person at three Minnesota nonprofits. He served as a director of finance and administration for the Greater Minneapolis Council of Churches and Twin Cities Habitat for Humanity and as the director of operations for the Higher Education Consortium for Urban Affairs (HECUA).

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