How To Start A Non-Profit With Limited Funds

Connie Lee

How To Start A Non-Profit With Limited Funds

Connie Lee
A$55per person

How To Start A Nonprofit With Limited Funds and Limited Contacts, By Instructor Connie J Lee.

Whether you have limited funds or limited contacts, this is a great course to take if you want to learn the nonprofit business world. I will teach you, with examples and guides, on

  • How to choose a name for your nonprofit
  • Writing your Articles of Incorporation 
  • Writing Bylaws
  • Board of Directors and Responsibilities
  • Grievance Policy, Conflict of Interest Policy
  • Business Meeting Minutes
  • Funding
  • Marketing and Networking
  • Filing for your 501 ( C ) 3 Tax Exempt Status
  • Managing Your Nonprofit.

I guide you with examples and templates that are easy for you to use.

 I leave my email address for any questions you have. We discuss and collaborate on your nonprofit ideas to turn your dreams into a reality. This is a highly recommended course!

What am I going to get from this course?

  • Students will have a better understanding of the daily operations of running a nonprofit business. They will be able to use these skills to change the lives of their communities and future generations by using the guides and techniques I have designed in this program. Students will be able to write their Bylaws, write their Articles of Incorporation, Find Funding Resources, Write a Business Plan, Write a Budget, Hold a Business Meeting Minutes, File for your Tax Exempt 501 (c) 3 Status, Marketing and Networking Tips

What is the target audience?

  • This course for anyone interested in learning more about the nonprofit business world, marketing, networking, and funding opportunities. Success and failure are up to you, for you get out of anything, what you put into it.

What are the requirements?

  • Before starting this course, you will need a computer, internet service, and a desire to work hard.
  • Anyone who is interested in changing thier community and making a difference in the lives around them. Nonprofit entrepreneurs put in a lot of hours and work hard to make their businesses successful, to fulfill thier missions. Collaboration with others is key to their success. You cannot do it alone, nor will it be a success treated as a hobby. There are some very good marketing, networking, and funding resources, in this class, as well.