UI Nonprofit Center Sets Meetings To Discuss State Guidelines
The guidelines, "Iowa Principles and Practices for Charitable Nonprofit Excellence," will assist nonprofit organizations in management practices, ethical conduct, and public accountability. Date and location information for the seminars is as follows:
- June 5, Ottumwa, Indian Hills Community College
- June 6, Creston, Southwestern Community College
- June 12, Sheldon, Northwest Community College
- June 13, Spencer, Iowa Lakes Community College
- June 19, Fort Dodge, Iowa State University Extension Office
- June 25, Mason City, North Iowa Area Community College
The registration fee is $25. For more information or to register, call 800-551-9029 or visit the INRC Web site at inrc.continuetolearn.uiowa.edu/conferencereg.
Leading the meetings will be Richard Koontz, director of the Larned A. Waterman Iowa Nonprofit Resource Center; Willard "Sandy" Boyd, founder of the INRC and law professor specializing in nonprofit law; and Jude West, co-director of the INRC and professor of management and organizations in the Tippie College of Business with expertise in nonprofit governance and management.
Those who attend the workshops will learn more about the task force recommendations that were focused particularly in the areas of improving the management effectiveness and governance of nonprofit organizations, making Iowans more aware of nonprofits and their role in building a community and improving the economy, and encouraging Iowans to donate more money and time to nonprofits. The report also encourages greater cooperation between business, government and nonprofit sectors
The Larned A. Waterman Iowa Nonprofit Resource Center is an interdisciplinary program of the University of Iowa devoted to research and education about Iowa's charitable nonprofit organizations in collaboration with other Iowa educational and charitable nonprofit organizations.
Contact: Tom Snee, UI News Services, 319-384-0010