Understanding how financial planning and management aids in accomplishing an organization’s goals and objectives are important concepts for nonprofit leaders. This program will take an in-depth look at several key elements of long-term financial planning and management, and how they are best utilized in accomplishing the organization’s mission. Through lectures and small working groups, participants will gain a deeper understanding of long-term fundraising strategies, managing an organization’s “balance sheet” through the use of debt, and the best practices of investing an organization’s assets.
Taught by leading Kellogg accounting and nonprofit management faculty along with outstanding practitioners, this program is relevant for the nonprofit manager who wants to enhance their financial acumen and better manage the financial resources of their organization.
*If you are relatively new to the principles of nonprofit finance, we recommend completing our introductory Nonprofit Finance program prior to registering for this program. Nonprofit Finance II participants should have an understanding of both operating and cash budgets, as well as the three major financial statements and their interrelationships.
Start: April 11 at 8:30 AM
End: April 12 at 5:00 PM
Location: Chicago Campus