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Week 3 Tuesday Notes

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Week 3 Tuesday Notes PPPM 280

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Intro to the Nonprofit Sector
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On Tuesday of week 3 we discuss mission and ethics of nonprofits
Intro to the Nonprofit Sector
Dr. Mason
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Date Created: 01/27/15
Week 3 Jan 20th 2015 Mission Ethics and Accountability for nonprofit organizations What is a mission statement a succinct description of the basic purpose of the organization includes the nature of the work the reason the organization exists clients and constituents to serve principles and values describes the organizations objectives contract w self and supporters ideal vision for world bigger idea even at a local scale Vision statement conveys the ideal future that the organization would like to see both internal and external what they d like to grow to what impact they d like to see in society Both of these statements helps guide the organizations activities however they can be very very broad Who is responsible for creating the missionvision statements board of directors CEO members in consultation with clientsconstituents Challenges associated with visionmission statements pleasing everyone following through with everything your mission states tough to adapt to changes in the nonprofit may be inflexibleharms ability to take advantage of new opportunities mission drift step out of what your organization may be in line withsometimes bad or good can take away from other non profits and cause distrust of donors etc is mission drift an ethical problemcan be when you get too far from your mission and your original mission suffers it becomes an ethical problem other ethical considerations where is coming from bait amp switch strings attached to funding monopolies having no code of conduct value statement could become an ethical problem having no conflict of interest policy bad behavior accumulation of surplus disclosures salaries benefits etc lack of diversity causes lack of different points of view and perspectives lack of representation raceethnicity class gender gender identity age education background geographic ability worklife experience religion political affiliations Reasons nonprofits should be concerned about ethics loose funders reputation loose clients go to jail acting in the best interest of the community not discriminating protecting organization and tax exempt status not taking advantage misleading exploiting either donors or clientsconstituents Notes are taken from lectures by Professor Dyana Mason Some sentences are copied directly from lecture slides available on Blackboard Further analysis of lecture materials are of my own thoughts and considerations and include what is discussed by the class


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