Starting a Successful Nonprofit Workshop
These workshops are designed to provide all the information you need to start a successful nonprofit organization in Minnesota -- beginning with an understanding of why you may or may not want to start a nonprofit organization and what other opportunities may be available to you. By working closely with the easy-to-use Handbook for Starting a Successful Nonprofit, the session will lead participants through the step-by-step process for incorporating and applying for tax-exempt status. Visit MCN's events calendar to find the next offering of the workshop.
Fiduciary Duties of Directors of Charitable Organizations
Fiduciary Duties of Directors of Charitable Organizations is a guide provided by the Minnesota Attorney General’s Office to assist board members with the important responsibilities assumed when they volunteer their time. It is only a guide and is not meant to prescribe exactly how board members must act in all situations.
Principles and Practices for Nonprofit Excellence
The Principles and Practices for Nonprofit Excellence are based on the fundamental values of quality, responsibility and accountability. The 11 accountability principles distinguish the nonprofit sector from government and the business sector. The 192 management practices provide specific guidelines for individual organizations to evaluate and improve their operations, governance, human resources, advocacy, financial management, and fundraising.