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How to: Prevent your board report boring your board (ON DEMAND)

Presentation Overview
Effectively reporting to your board is a critical success factor to generate trust and commitment to fundraising in your organisation. Providing the appropriate data and guidance for governance and setting the scene for fundraising strategies can create many opportunities for fundraisers, including gathering valuable feedback, and gaining trust and resources. Whilst the most senior fundraiser in the organisation usually compiles these reports, all fundraisers should become confident in board reporting, bearing in mind that most non-profit board members are volunteers with limited time, very conscious of their fiduciary duties and deeply committed to supporting the organisation’s mission. So, what do you include in a board report? What tone should it take and what is the right balance between financial reporting, strategic guidance, and operational observations? Well-equipped to answer these questions, Ally prepares the report that Ben and his fellow directors on The Wilderness Society board review every month. At the same time Ben also has been responsible for preparing board reports at Plan International and MS Ltd. Together we aim to share some insights on how to keep your board engaged, informed and help you build their trust.

Session Grading: Intermediate (2-7 years experience)

Themes: Small charities/nfps


#FIA Conference 2021
#FIA Conference 2021