Starting and Running Your Own Nonprofit Organization August 24, 2022, 10:00am CDT August 24, 2022, 12:00pm CDT
Location:
on line webinar

Description Did you know that, though the statistics are murky, the failure rate of nonprofits is greater than that of for-profit businesses.The world is in the midst of what one observer has called an "associational revolution". Nowadays, nonprofit organizations are the real agents of change. Without nonprofits, there would be far less research done on life-threatening diseases, fewer meals given to those who can’t afford them, and a sicker, less beautiful world to live in. Nonprofits. provide support for their communities in ways that the business sector and government can’t.
New nonprofits face a number of significant challenges if they are to survive and, more importantly, have a significant impact on their communities. So, if you are thinking of starting a nonprofit, or are facing challenges in running your young nonprofit, attend this free workshop and learn:
• How to create a nonprofit organization
• How to establish good Board Governance
• How to establish good financial policies and controls
• How to fund your nonprofit
Presenters Dr. Burt Hering, was former Executive Director & Past Chairman of ESCH. Burt Hering retired from Amoco Corporation. In his last position, Burt was Vice President, Engineering and Construction for Amoco Power Resources. He holds a BChE degree (New York University) and M.Eng. and D.Eng. degrees (Yale University).
Burt joined ESCH in 2000. He presently serves as the Projects Coordinator and as a Trustee of the Board. In the past he was the Chairman of the ESCH Board of Trustees
Larry Renaud, SCORE and ESCH Volunteer. Larry retired as the President and CEO of Chatsworth Products, Inc., an employee-owned, global manufacturer of open and closed server racks and cabinets, cable management hardware, and cable pathways.
Prior to joining CPI Larry served as the Executive Vice President of Long Reach Holdings, Inc., President of Norriseal Consolidated, and CFO and Corporate Controller with other corporations. Larry began his business career with Arthur Andersen & Co. in St. Louis after receiving a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting from St. Louis University. Since retiring, beginning in 2015, Larry has been a SCORE Mentor (focused on assisting nonprofit startups), and an ESCH Consultant (with particular emphasis in nonprofit Board Governance, Strategic Planning, Business Planning, and Financial Management).