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Financial Management 101

December 5 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

$10 – $95
Financial Management 101

Training Description
Understanding financial health is one of the key responsibilities of staff in leadership and management positions. In this session, Maureen Miller will introduce attendees to the basic elements of financial management and the major financial components that staff in these positions need to monitor, including:

  • Budget management
  • Financial reporting
  • Cash flow & operating reserve
  • Grants & audit management
  • Financial wellness

The trainer will also discuss the importance of efficient financial systems, GAAP (generally accepted accounting principles), and documenting your policies and procedures.

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Learning Objectives
Participants will leave this workshop with an understanding of the basic elements of financial management and what they should be reviewing on a regular basis to determine the financial health of the organization.

Training Level
Do you work on the finance, program, and/or leadership side of your organization? Are you responsible for the financial management of the organization or a program within the organization? If so, this training is for you!

Pricing for registration:
This year, we’re excited to pilot a tiered-based fee structure for our BNM trainings (with the exception of all supervision trainings), as we work toward applying an equity lens to all our work. Please choose the pricing that you/your organization can most comfortably afford. You do not have to apply for the subsidized rate.

Subsidized Rate of $10: Because content in the Better Nonprofit Management workshops should be accessible to everyone, we offer this lowest price point for folks served by this option.

Current Rate of $45: We believe people are honest and that those who can pay this standard fee will do so as a gesture of support for our work.

True Cost Rate of $95: For TSNE to recoup all costs associated with producing our Better Nonprofit Management Series, we’d have to register individuals at this price point.


December 5
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
$10 – $95