The The NonProfit Financial Managers group is starting its 22nd year as the one organization in Boston geared to meeting the needs of not-for-profit financial managers. Run by a steering committee of its members, the group provides a forum for discussion of the current issues facing non-profit financial professionals.
Luncheon meetings are held monthly in Boston and focus on an hour-long presentation of a current relevant topic. Additionally, the meetings offer the opportunity to meet and network with other financial managers.
We produce a monthly newsletter that summarizes the most recent meeting topic, and lists the meeting topics for future meetings and other announcements. We maintain an email forum to allow members to seek and share information online about resources, developments in the field, and best practices. The email discussions are a valued benefit for all members.
We invite you to browse through our website. Here you will find a calendar of events, job postings, past newsletters, a summary of meeting topics, and resources for the non-profit financial professional.
Membership is only $100 annually (September to August) per non-profit organization, and includes free attendance for an unlimited number of your organizationís staff, and enrollment in the email forum. We also welcome private sector corporate organizations that support the non-profit field to become members of our group. The annual fee for corporate members is $300.
We encourage you to review our brochure and membership form, and consider joining the Non-Profit Financial Managers. As a way to solicit input from our membership, we have included a section on the membership form for meeting topics. Please take a couple of minutes to give us some feedback!
The first meeting of our 2014-2015 year will be held Thursday, September 25th at United South End Settlements (see our brochure for address information) in the third floor conference room. The topic at this meeting will focus on recent developments and a best practices update on managing human resources. The presenter will be Gordon Gottlieb at TDC. It is sure to be a lively and informative discussion, and we hope you'll join us.