Run Your Non-Profit Like a Business

SCORE Bucks County
Resource Partner event

This webinar is focused on new and existing small Non-Profits. It will help them better understand that the Non-Profit is an actual business and needs to be managed like one. This includes all the normal financial, operational, sales (Fundraising) and regulatory issues that all small organizations deal with, especially striving to break even on revenue and expenses. If not, over a period of time, the Non-Profit runs the risk of using up its assets and going out of business and with it, its mission.

Topics discussed:

  1. Ensure your Non-Profit Succeeds in its Mission
  2. Management Reporting is just as Important as Financial Reporting
  3. Boards and Fundraising go Hand in Hand
  4. Energized Volunteers versus Staff
  5. What you need to know about Taxes and Regulations to stay in Compliance

This is a FREE webinar!

About the Presenters:

Joe Lutes, Certified Mentor, SCORE Bucks County

Joseph Lutes spent his entire 45-year career on the financial side of business. He spent 23 years at Philadelphia-based Delaware Investments rising from mail clerk to SVP/ Chief Financial Officer and Partner. He later formed a specialty finance company in New York with several others and sold that a few years later. He then was CFO/partner of a Philadelphia based Private Equity firm. After losing acquaintances in 9/11 he rethought his life and decided to change directions. Over a period of ten years, he was the Finance Director for three major local Not for Profits focusing on children where he implemented business planning and operating strategies until 2014.

Fred Weinhold, Certified Mentor, SCORE Bucks County

Fred's initial career in federal government and TVA focused on developing new energy technologies and related government policies (including US Navy nuclear program). He developed commercial coal gasification and waste-to -energy projects for TVA. Subsequently, Fred started a consulting business focused on waste-to-energy (scrap tires). In parallel he served as treasurer/financial manager for several nonprofits (including churches). Fred has mentored many clients in startup, business plans, strategic planning and financial planning. He currently focuses on nonprofit clients and assisting for-profit clients apply for locally-based and special business loans.