Four Things Your Nonprofit’s Board of Directors Should Do to Start Out the New Year by Embracing Best Practices

It never fails. As soon as the iconic glittery New Year’s ball makes its descent in Times Square and the calendar turns to January nonprofit boards review their list of goals for the new year and begin to tackle tasks like updating woefully out-of-date bylaws and tightening up conflict of interest policies.

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