Nonprofit Board Report

“Nonprofit Board Report is informative, brief and well written – substantive! The newsletter values my time and gives me resources to follow up if I desire.”

Mark Story
Executive Director
Raphael House of Portland

About the newsletter:

Nonprofit Board Report is a fast-read resource dedicated to helping nonprofit executives and boards work together more effectively.

In every monthly issue, the newsletter tackles issues nonprofit organizations regularly struggle with, like making board members better fundraisers and improving the relationship between the executive director and the board.

Nonprofit Board Report helps professionals stay up to date with the latest tax rulings from the Internal Revenue Service that affect nonprofit organizations. The newsletter is crammed with expert-to-expert strategies for fundraising, recruiting board members, helping board members understand their roles, and solving management and financial planning problems.

People who benefit:

Executive Directors, Directors, CEOs, Presidents, Vice Presidents and Board Members.

NBR is the most well rounded piece of information that we receive. It zeros in on the board. Publications this good are few and far between.” — Colleen Mc Guire, Executive Director, The National Multiple Sclerosis Society

NBR provides pertinent insight into our everyday issues.” — Betsy Peterson, Executive Director, Marketing Research Association

NBR is useful because it covers the necessities. I particularly like the board and tax information.”
— Joe Warner, Executive Director, Animal Humane Society

NBR is a good tool to reinforce specific points with the board in a subtle way.” — William Kleesling, President/CEO, Special Olympics

“The information is pertinent to what we are doing and we can use it in the various projects that we are working on. We use it as a communication tool to give our staff different ideas on how other organizations are doing things. The information is right there for you to gather, put it into your brain and use it when you need it” — Roger Marquis, VP, University of Maryland Medical System

Nonprofit Board Report is immediately applicable. You read an article and say, ‘I can use this today.'” — Tim Bowring, Executive Director, Big Brothers & Big Sisters

NBR is practical because it’s written from the point of view of somebody who has been there not just theory or philosophy. I give to my board to reinforce what I am already telling them. It helps the board understand where I am coming from and reminds them how important it is to support the fundraising function.” — Kathy Spegal, Director of Community Affairs/ Executive Director, Planned Parenthood

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Try our newsletter risk-free for two issues. If you don’t find it helps you do your job better, just write “cancel” on the invoice and owe nothing.

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