Like for-profit businesses, nonprofits range in size from small and medium organizations to very large, well-established organizations. These differences in size affect the way that nonprofits conduct every aspect of their operations, including fundraising, developing volunteer programs, establishing financial processes, and selecting a board of directors.
Regardless of a nonprofit’s size, the board plays an essential role in the organization’s success.
The nonprofit board's duties fall into four broad categories: planning, managerial tasks, operations, and ethics. Check out our latest infographic to learn more.