ABA Section of Business Law NonProfit Governance Series
Nonprofit Governance and Management, Third Edition
Today's board members and executive staff face increasing scrutiny from the IRS as well as from their members, constituents, and donors. This indispensible guide provides an overview of governance basics and board structure and operations, as well as specific guidance on such key substantive issues as strategic planning, financial management, fund-raising, oversight of the executive officer, human resources management, risk management, and handling of crises.
The ABCs of Nonprofits
Written for practitioners and nonprofit organizations, this guidebook offers a basic introduction to what a nonprofit corporation is; how it is formed, options for organizational structure; operating the corporation; basic tax; and much more.
Guidebook for Directors of Nonprofit Corporations
The Guidebook, written in plain-English commentary, addresses general legal principles and corporate governance issues to provide nonprofit directors with a comprehensive under standing of their roles.
Nonprofit Resources, Second Edition: A Companion to Nonprofit Governance
This new Second Edition revises its first edition published in 2002 with hundreds of up-to-date listings of books, handbooks, professional journals, government publications, foundation reports, case and statutory cites, and Internet sites.
Model Nonprofit Corporation Act, Third Edition
The Model Nonprofit Corporation Act, Third Edition contains all amendments to the text of the Model Act and Official Comments Adopted August 2008. The original MNCA was prepared by the Committee on Corporate Laws in 1952 and has evolved. The Model Nonprofit Corporation Act, Third Edition follows the Model Business Corporation Act provisions to the extent possible, distinguishing nonprofit corporations from profit corporations, eliminates the classification scheme included in the Revised MNCA, and makes the provisions pertaining to the role of the attorney general with a suggestion to adopting states that provisions regarding the supervision of nonprofit organizations would be located in a different place in the state's statutory scheme. Other significant changes involve fundamental transactions, the use of alternative governance arrangements, and the elimination of cumulative voting.