Taking the Fear Out of NonProfit Finance; Workshop for Staff and BOD

Taking the Fear Out of Nonprofit Finance: A Workshop for Staff and Board Members

We know that good financial management is critical to nonprofit success, but sometimes those numbers and concepts can seem a little overwhelming, especially for those of us who don’t have any specialized training in nonprofit accounting. Come to this practical, interactive workshop led by David Orlinoff of Concord Financial Organization and sponsored by Jericho Road Project and the Nonprofit Alliance of Greater Lowell.

In this half-day workshop for nonprofit staff and volunteers (including board members), David will cover:

§ Financial statements

§ Budget planning

§ Cash flow

§ Form 990

David Orlinoff is the founder and principal of Concord Financial Organization (CFO), a financial management consultancy specializing in nonprofits. David’s experience includes senior financial management and consulting roles with a variety of organizations, including Combined Jewish Philanthropies, Education Development Center, Boston Ballet, MSPCC, and several other human services providers and anti-poverty agencies. He teaches nonprofit financial management in graduate programs at Boston University and Northeastern University, is president of the board of Third Sector New England, and serves on the audit committee of United Way of Massachusetts Bay and Merrimack Valley.

Register today, space is limited!

Date: Wednesday, October 21, 2009

Time: 8:30 am – 12:30 pm

Place: Wannalancit Mill, MIL Room, 600 Suffolk St, Lowell

To register or to learn more about the workshop:

Email, Jodi DeLibertis (jdelibertis@jerichoroadproject.org,) or call 978-500-1722.

This workshop is offered through a collaboration of Jericho Road Project and the Nonprofit Alliance of Greater Lowell.


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