Florida Nonprofits’ Sunshine Certificate in Nonprofit Management
Monday, May 23, 2022
The Sunshine Certificate in Nonprofit Management program assists the professional development of anyone involved in the nonprofit sector.
This class covers Nonprofit Accounting
Nonprofits must be scrupulous in their accounting to assure financial transparency, avoid fraud, and maintain trust of donors, stakeholders, and potential partners and donors.
The 990 is public information and is available online. Your organization will be judged by your 990. It is imperative that your organization excel in nonprofit accounting. Class size is limited, so sign up today!
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Florida Nonprofits is the first organization in Florida to offer a certificate program. Now with a more than 25-year history, the program is more popular than ever. The CNM curriculum is endorsed by Nova Southeastern University Fischler School of Education and Broward College.
• Motivating, stimulating, hands-on classes that build on what you already know
• Provides professional growth for executives, board members, staff, volunteers or
anyone interested in the nonprofit sector
• Eleven monthly classes conducted by experts in each field
• Time to practice skills in between sessions
• Hand-outs and additional materials to expand your knowledgebase
• 99th percentile program recommendation from graduates
This class will cover:
ACCOUNTING FOR TIME & MONEY: Managing Financial Resources
Need Help Navigating the Maze of Rules and Laws? This class will demystify the sometimes complicated regulations that all nonprofits must follow in their financial reports and accounting procedures (FASB 116-117, and SOP 94-3). Vitally important terminology you must know to keep your agency in the black and out of trouble includes: Sarbanes Oxley rules, restricted/unrestricted funds, Intermediate Sanctions, quid pro quo, fund accounting, and more. Also vital is keeping up with the rules for financial statements and their application to the entire organization.
Florida Association of Nonprofits assists Florida’s 50,000+ nonprofits, in strengthening their leadership, management, financial and public policy capacity to reach their missions. We invite participation by anyone interested in the future of Florida’s private, nonprofit sector.
Florida Nonprofits, a 501(c)(3), is Florida's state association of nonprofits and a member (since 1991) of the Independent Sector, Washington, D.C. FANO has contributed to the leadership and founding of many nonprofit organizations including: Aspen Publishers, National Council of Nonprofit Associations (NCNA, now called NCN), Sister Cities International and Kids Voting. Contributions to Florida Nonprofits are tax- deductible as allowed by law.
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