Special Olympics of North CarolinaMorrisvilleMember since 1993
Family Resources of Cherokee CountyMurphyMember since 2001
The Ada Jenkins CenterDavidsonMember since 1998
Girl Scouts North Carolina Coastal PinesFayetteville, Goldsboro, Raleigh, and WilmingtonMember since 1992
Aug 10

Are you providing guidance to help staff members avoid scams, malicious software, and the inappropriate handling of data? Do staffers use their personal phones or computers to do work? What guidelines are in place to make sure your social media posts are appropriate? Do you know what to do if your offices experience a flood or fire? If you don’t have written policies—and regular training to ensure that people understand those policies—your organization may be facing bigger risks than you think. This course will walk you through the questions you should consider as you develop policies to protect your nonprofit.

This report is part of a multi-year, statewide initiative on Executive Succession and Deepening the Bench to help nonprofits and their leaders navigate executive transitions successfully.

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