Characteristics of a Healthy Nonprofit


  • November 28, 2017
  • 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Just as your personal health depends on your behavior, the financial health of a nonprofit depends on management behavior—policies and practices. Even though there may be occasional deficits, or periods of tight cash flow, these characteristics are good signs your organization will be financially healthy over the long term.

Join this discussion of the role of financial health for the nonprofit mission. We will examine an overview of governance, management, and structural factors that indicate financial strength and will review resources available for building effective financial practices.

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November 28, 2017
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm


  • FREE


About the Presenter

Lu Hang

I am a former Thai/Chinese restaurant owner turned banker turned Loan Officer and Financial Specialist at Propel Nonprofits. Over the last 19 years, I’ve used my financial savvy to help entrepreneurs and nonprofits achieve their goals. I’m passionate about helping nonprofits improve quality of life, particularly in underserved communities. I have been with Propel Nonprofits for over four years and as a “not-so-silent” nonprofit partner, I love providing financial advice and technical assistance in accessible and easy-to-understand terms. I serve on the Board of Regents for Concordia University St Paul, Interfaith Action of Greater Saint Paul and Hmong Nationalities Organization.

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