Your financial reports are about so much more than compliance. When organized well, financial reports provide critical information for making strategic decisions about your organization and its programs.
This two-hour virtual session will explore frameworks, tools and indicators you can use to assess performance, consider alternatives, and make governance decisions.
You will walk away from this workshop ready to analyze your program costs and impacts, create cash flow models for different scenarios, and strategically assess your funding model.
Date & Time: June 11, 2020 l 1:00pm - 3:00pm Location: Online via Zoom Price:Members - $95.00; Non-member - $115.00
Who Should Attend
Board members, Executive Directors/CEOs and financial directors of not-for-profit organizations. All attendees should be familiar with reading and interpreting financial statements.
By the end of this session you will be able to:
Review your current revenue and funding strategies and consider alternatives
Re-design your budgeting and reporting framework to provide strategically useful and meaningful information you can use to make decisions
Identify key performance indicators for financial health, sustainability, and performance
Use scenario planning and cash flow projections to demonstrate alternative courses of action
Gordon Holley is President and CEO at Humanity Financial Management, where he brings hard-won experience and insight from more than 20 years in accounting and financial services to his own financial management company serving Not-for-profit Organizations and Charities. While working as a Chartered Accountant in small, mid-sized and “Big 4” CA firms, Gordon got an insider's look at how bookkeeping and accounting impacts Not-for-profit Organizations and Charities