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Charity Navigator: Learn More About Results Reporting
|Date:||June 10, 2014|
|Time:||10:00 am-12:00 pm|
Center for Nonprofit Advancement
Gelman, Rosenberg & Freedman will sponsor a June 10 presentation by Charity Navigator’s President Ken Berger.
Mr. Berger will speak about a new type of measurement, commonly referred to as results reporting, that will help inform how Charity Navigator rates nonprofit organizations. The new rating methodology will be implemented no sooner than 2016. Mr. Berger’s presentation is intended to introduce the concept of results reporting and highlight what nonprofit leaders can do to prepare their organizations.
Among the topics to be discussed are:
Results Reporting – The Nonprofit Perspective
Gelman, Rosenberg & Freedman and the Center for Nonprofit Advancement are also developing a panel of nonprofit leaders who, following Mr. Berger’s presentation, will provide an understanding of results reporting from the perspective of the nonprofit sector. Registrants are invited to participate at the Center for Nonprofit Advancement to take advantage of learning from this panel. Individuals who only want to participate in the webinar portion from their own offices will still be welcome to do so.
Clients of Gelman, Rosenberg & Freedman can attend this event free of charge. Please email Marketing Assistant Kaila Willard at email@example.com for a promotional code before beginning the registration process. You must register as “All Others” on the registration page. From here, you will be prompted to enter the discount code.
The event will be hosted by the Center for Nonprofit Advancement. The webinar will begin at 10 am and be approximately an hour-long. The panel session and networking will follow at the Center for Nonprofit Advancement.
Register now to discover how your nonprofit’s rating could be impacted by the new results reporting methodology.
|Registration:||Click Here To Register|
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