To remain financially viable and meet its purposes, an organization must have adequate financial resources. Although the board can and should expect much of the chief executive and management on this score, the board is chiefly responsible for ensuring the organization has the funds it needs and does not spend beyond its means.

The expectation of board member involvement in raising private support continues to rise, yet many boards have not created a policy that specifies what that involvement should entail. This resource helps you create fundraising policies and includes

  • key elements of board fundraising policies
  • practical tips
  • a sample board and board member fundraising policy

Read the full article about board fundraising policy at BoardSource.