Take a Look at Our Books for National Book Lover’s Day!

August 8, 2014

August 9th is National Book Lover’s Day! What better way to celebrate than to curl up with a great book on a subject near and dear to our hearts: Nonprofits! We’re shining the spotlight on just a few great books available in our online bookstore that are not only a great read, but will also help your nonprofit to succeed. Plus, members receive a discount on pricing!

 

How to Start a Nonprofit

A must read for every emerging or aspiring nonprofit, starting a nonprofit is a complex and time-consuming endeavor. This 88 page book will help you understand the steps to help you create your new nonprofit including how to: research and get organized, create a corporation, and get your 501(c) status.

 

 

 

 

SFX: An Ethics and Accountability Code

Members can get this for only $5!!

This book is popular as a resource and guide for nonprofit executives, board members, and other nonprofit organization leaders interested in helping their organizations excel.This nationally recognized publication was updated in 2014 and provides a consensus model for the most well managed, responsibly governed nonprofit organizations.

 

SFX Board Excellence Handbook

The book is packed with tools and tips and has many appendices, including a sample conflict of interest policy, board composition matrix, committee roles and responsibilities, a board self-assessment and more. This 113-page handbook is a comprehensive resource for nonprofit boards of directors. It includes a basic overview of the national nonprofit sector and all the key legal and fiduciary responsibilities of the board. The Handbook also includes a wide range of best practices for boards of directors including how to recruit a diverse board, principles of executive oversight, and board operations and performance.

 

Want to peruse more great books? Visit our online bookstore.

 

 

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