All grantmakers are invited to participate in this four-part professional development series taught by our region's experienced practitioners, presented by Maryland Philanthropy Network. Session Three will cover understanding nonprofit financial statements with Jennifer Pedroni, Director at BDO FMA. Participants will learn how to read and understand budgets and financial statements to assess the health of an organization. They will also learn what questions to ask and understand how to interpret the numbers based on a nonprofit organization's age, mission, or funding streams.
Please join Maryland Philanthropy Network and your nonprofit colleagues for a presentation by experienced Certified Public Accountant, Leah Abrams of L. Abrams & Company, LLC. Ms. Abrams will describe the main financial management issues currently facing nonprofits, various approaches to developing a budget, ways to tell the story of your work through numbers, and what funders are looking for in your budget. There will also be time to have your specific questions and concerns answered. You’ll leave with practical tips and resources for further learning about budgeting and nonprofit financial management.
If you look at nonprofit financials every day or only a few times a year, this workshop is for you. Philanthropic due diligence should include examination of a nonprofit organization's financial health. Not only does the funder gain a risk perspective, but there is an opportunity to help the organization understand its own path to sustainability and fulfilling its mission.
Join us for a presentation providing an overview of the current fiscal sponsor landscape in Maryland, the purpose and difference between fiscal agency and fiscal sponsorship, and national standards and best practices.
This program has been CANCELED. We apologize for any inconvenience | Please join your nonprofit colleagues for a conversation with Melissa Varanko, an experienced Certified Public Accountant. This conversation will include an overview of tax filing requirements and expectations, tips, recommendations for getting ahead of tax filing, and helpful resources to support your nonprofit’s tax preparation process.
Presented by a foundation program officer who reviews hundreds of proposals each year and a nonprofit expert with decades of finance experience, the Maryland Philanthropy Network invites new and experienced grant proposal writers to a workshop on nonprofit budgeting. Presented by Lara Hall, Senior Program Officer, Blaustein Philanthropic Group and Nancy Hall, President of 501c3 Solutions.
Do you know the real cost to your nonprofit of running each individual program? Developing an accurate budget can help you better understand your programs true costs. This webinar will demonstrate a free, newly developed planning tool designed to assist nonprofits with aligning budget line items for restricted (and unrestricted) revenue sources.
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