Healthy Nonprofits, Healthy Communities: Nonprofit Business Model and the Mission Money Matrix

Thu, 10/19/2017 - 8:30am to 12:00pm

To conclude our 2017 series on revenue, the October Healthy Nonprofits, Healthy Communities learning series in Grand Rapids, MN, will look at the nonprofit business model that makes programs and organizations operate and succeed. We'll look at the financial structure of nonprofits, broken down into four core components: revenue mix, infrastructure, true program cost, and capital structure. This business model creates value for the community and sustains the business entity. We will conclude the session by looking at the Mission Money Matrix, which invites the discussion about whether we are using our revenue to best accomplish the mission of our nonprofit.

This session will be led by Janet Ogden-Brackett, Vice President, Lending, and Glyn Northington, Special Initiatives Director, both from Nonprofits Assistance Fund.  

The session is free and will take place from 8:30 a.m. to 12:00 noon at the Timberlake Lodge in Grand Rapids. Networking and ample time for discussion are built into every sessionYou will have the opportunity to apply what you have learned to test out the tools and resources at your organization.

About the Presenter

Glyn is an eternal nonprofit optimist who sees training and knowledge sharing as a way to celebrate successes and identify opportunities for improvement. Glyn believes that helping organizations better understand their finances allows them to become healthier nonprofits, which leads to healthier communities for all.



Full Name: 
Glyn Northington