Why is a board necessary?
Beyond the fact that U.S. law requires each nonprofit organization establish a board of directors, the board plays a primary and important role in nonprofit organizations. They have vast responsibility, yet, unlike staff members, aren’t paid for their work. A well-structured, well-managed and well-trained volunteer board is a must for ensuring nonprofit organizations carry out their mission and vision in the community.
In addition, an effective board ensures the future viability of the organization through fundraising and strategic planning activities. Chose well: They are the backbone of your organization.
Author Biography: Michael L. Stickler is an author, consultant, philanthropist, pastor and founder of The Vision Group Ltd. This organization offers ministries and nonprofit foundations a Christian perspective in overcoming the challenges of raising funds.
Over the course of his career, Mike has published over forty books that have made a difference through thousands of churches, nonprofits and foundations as they serve the world.