The Zone of Insolvency: How Nonprofits Avoid Hidden Liabilities & Build Financial Strength
1. United Way of America: Business or Charity?
2. Foundation for New Era Philanthropy: Too Good To Be True.
3. Allegheny Health, Education & Research Foundation: Toxic Growth.
4. National Allianceace of Business: Proactive In Closure.
5. United Way National Capital Area: Rights of Ownership.
6. Baptist Foundation of Arizona: Too Good To Be True (Act II).
7. Western Fairfax Christian Ministries: Faith Vs. Prudence.
8. American Red Cross: Aggressive Stance Against Fraud.
9. Electronic Industries Alliance: Dissolution Celebration.
10. Women in Community Service: Know When To Fold 'em.
Part Two: Naming the Disease.
11. Detecting the Zone of Insolvency.
12. Governance Risks.
Part Three: Symptoms.
13. Fundraising Hazards.
14. Dissolution Issues.
15. Common Characteristics of Financially Distressed Nonprofits.
16. Common Characteristics of Financially Strong Nonprofits.
Part Four: The Cure.
Ron Mattocks has over thirty years' experience developing financial strength for nonprofit organizations. He has served as executive staff, board member, and/or consultant with a wide array of nonprofits, from the largest to the smallest, from financially strongest to financially weakest, participating in hundreds of board meetings and working with dozens of management teams. As a consultant, lecturer, and author, he focuses on helping nonprofit organizations identify the liabilities of living in the Zone of Insolvency, and commit to solutions for long-term strength. For additional information, visit www.zoneofinsolvency.com.