FREE WEBINAR: Critical Financial Controls for Nonprofits
According to a recent CGA Canada Survey, 26% of small to mid-size organizations across Canada experienced a significant instance of employee theft, fraud or embezzlement – in the last 12 months! Charity Village is hosting a free webinar that will give you the information you need to prevent your organization from being impacted by fraud.
Employee theft, fraud and embezzlement are surprisingly prevalent in the nonprofit and charity sector. Fortunately, employee theft, fraud and embezzlement are almost entirely preventable – with the right internal controls. This webinar will outline the types of financial internal controls required to protect the assets and reputations of your organization and its directors.
Critical Financial Controls for Small to Medium Nonprofits
Topic: Critical Financial Controls for Small to Medium Nonprofits
Date: Thursday, March 23 at 10am PST / 1pm EST (webinar is one hour in length)
Audience: Nonprofit leaders, executives, and board members.
Cost: Free – Space is limited so register early to avoid disappointment
What you’ll learn
Watch this webinar to learn:
- How employee theft, fraud and embezzlement typically happen.
- Why many nonprofit organizations and charities are good targets.
- The most common methods of employee theft, fraud and embezzlement.
- Basic internal controls that most nonprofit organizations and charities should have in place to protect themselves.
NOTE: This webinar will be recorded – if you cannot make the live session, complete the registration form and a recording will be emailed to you the day after the live session. Charity Village will provide a closed captioned recording upon advance request.
About the presenter
Gordon Holley is the President and CEO of Humanity Financial Management Inc. As a CPA, CA for almost 25 years now, Gordon loves helping individuals and organizations that are trying to make the world a better place. In his role at Humanity Financial, Gordon sees the stress and anxiety produced by finances and financial reporting for many not-for-profit-organizations (NFPOs), charity board members, and senior staff. He excels at providing financial oversight to small to mid-size NFPOs and charities to help them better manage their internal finances and financial budgeting and reporting. Ultimately, his company hopes to instil confidence and credibility in organizations by streamlining their internal financial management so that they can focus their energies on their programs.
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