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Week 3 Thursday Notes

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Week 3 Thursday Notes PPPM 280

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Intro to the Nonprofit Sector
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On thursday of week three we had a guest lecture from Food for Lane County and we finished discussing accountability of nonprofit organizations
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Date Created: 01/28/15
Week 3 Jan 22nd 2015 Guest Lecture Karen Edmonds Food for Lane County not a government organization although county may infer this in the title statewide network food bank for Lane County distribution center for donated food one main goal is to alleviate hunger by providing access to food work with other religious and other partner organizations to help the most people possible provides efficiency with a central location for the community to collect food teaching gardens to prevent people from needing food boxes in the first place food for lane county has somewhat become an untraditional public health agency as they are trying to provide notjust food but nutritious food 25 of their food is produce allowing for healthier choices CHOP Choose Healthy Options Program providing more dignity and choice with a shopping style framework food lables are giving a rating on the CHOP scale of 13 1 being choose frequentlyfresh produce and 3 being choose sparinglysweets Advocacy work builds relationships with political figures and policy level changes advocacy can build a base of voices to raise awareness of hunger 39 of residents use Food for Lane County need is strictly based on income 30 food box stations around the county 57 employees and an equivalent of 32 permanent employee volunteer hours how you can volunteer in the teaching gardens hot plate dining room centers night pick up at the residence halls repack and redistribute afternoon food prep in the dining room volunteer cooks for cooking classes Accountability What does accountability mean having to answer to one s behavior Anheier personal responsibility holding people to their actions and for the things they say demonstrated success Who are nonprofit organizations accountable to the organizations mission ethical standards stakeholders staff elected officials board of directors clients members public taxpayers coalition partner agencies employees Non profits can be seen as being accountable upwards funders supporters regulators downwards members clients externally media society partners internally staff volunteers to the mission to the board to performance are they making an impact legal and fiscal are filings done on time and accurately to the public are they acting in the public interest A big part of accountability is that the organization is transparent they hold themselves accountable for their actions and can willingly and confidently supply accounts of the actions finances etc to the public and their donors to anyone who wants to see the information Summary Nonprofit organizations are constantly under the public and government eye If they make one mistake or are caught for not being accountable for actions not true to their mission or vision statement as well as concealing information asymmetrical information or not abiding by their organizations ethics they will most likely immediately lose sponsors credibility trust etc 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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