Transparent Reporting for not-for-profits
Where:Cliftons, Level 1, 440 Collins Street, Melbourne 3000, Australia
When:9th August 2012 until 10 Aug 2012 — from 9:00 AM to 4:30 PM
Given the current economic circumstances the demand for resources in the coming years will be at a premium for all types of organisations. Not-for-profits will not be isolated from the effects of the financial constraints currently being faced by governments and many private sector organisations.
As a result such enterprises, when attempting to attract resources, will need to ensure that a variety of stakeholder groups are confident in their organisation’s ability to both effectively and efficiently fulfill a stated mission.
The annual and financial reports of a not-for-profit are perhaps becoming the major channel through which the entity can communicate with its stakeholders and therefore justify its claim on their support. The transparency and clarity of these reports has increasingly been seen as a key element in maintaining stakeholder trust. This two-day course will initially attempt to identify the elements of these reports that are currently considered `best practice’ for not-for-profits. It will provide a number of suggested approaches as to how the annual and financial reports of many firms could be further enhanced, both in terms of content and presentation.
The workshop is for those involved with reporting of finance activities of their not-for-profit organisation including:
• Board members
• Finance managers
• Finance team
• Marketing managers and their team
Register by: 27th July, 2012 by visting the event webpage.
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