Whether you want to serve a community need, assist citizens, or advocate for animalsayour aspiration is a noble one and likely an ideal mission for a nonprofit organization. The experts at Entrepreneur show you how to turn your desire for change into a successfulaand satisfyingabusiness. This indispensable guide helps you determine if your business idea is nonprofit or for-profit, understand and identify their business mission and vision, staff and run a lean operation, select and manage a board of directors, manage finances to the satisfaction of the IRS, find a location and set up shop, master fundraising, use social media and other cost-effective outreach, and manage sustainability and growth. All startup steps are supported by insider knowledge from successful entrepreneurs, dollar-stretching tips, missteps to avoid, resources, and more.Bylaws arethe setofrules bywhich your nonprofit will operate. Bylaws include many details that will come up in ... tochange than the bylaws. Think of bylaws as an operating manualawhen thingschange, you canchange the operating manual.
|Title||:||Start Your Own Nonprofit Organization|
|Author||:||Cheryl Kimball, / Entrepreneur magazine|
|Publisher||:||Entrepreneur Press - 2014-04-21|