Whidbey Community Foundation is pleased to partner again with Washington Nonprofits, and with the Office of the Secretary of State, to bring professional training to Whidbey Island nonprofits. The training is free, using the Promotion Code listed below.
- Boards in Gear: The why, what, who, and how of board leadership
- Tuesday, September 11, 2018, 9:00am – 1:00pm
- Whidbey Island Nordic Lodge Hall, Coupeville
- Presenter: Nancy Bacon, Washington Nonprofits
- Promotion Code: WCF2018
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Due to the generosity of a local donor, the Whidbey Community Foundation will provide grants to Human Service organizations “that act on and respond to the needs of people in need.” Grant applications for up to $5,000 will be accepted through the website from 8/1 to 8/31. See For Nonprofits and Apply for a Grant for online link to the grant application.
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Almost 70 board members and staff of Whidbey nonprofits attended free training in May provided by Whidbey Community Foundation. WCF Board Member Sara Kelly and her father Doug Kelly, both attorneys, donated their time to provide workshops on the Legal and Financial Responsibilities of Nonprofit Board Members. The workshops were provided free to Whidbey nonprofits, and held at the South Whidbey Community Center and the Oak Harbor Senior Center.
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One of the most important roles of a non-profit board of directors is to ensure that the organization complies with all applicable local, state and federal laws and to protect the organization’s financial assets. But what does that mean?
During this two hour program we will explore: What are the legal responsibilities of a board of directors? What kind of fiscal oversight is a board of directors required to provide? What are a board member’s individual responsibilities? What are the best practices for risk management?
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A local couple who retired to Whidbey Island 8 years ago from Seattle has recently decided to bequest a portion of their estate to the Whidbey Community Foundation.
The couple, who wish to remain anonymous, was recently updating their Will in conjunction with their periodic estate planning and decided to include the local community foundation after learning about the Whidbey Community Foundation’s ability to extend their legacy of giving even after their death.
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