Grants Central Station’s Fundamental Five NonProfit Training Series: Financial Literacy and Bookkeeping Workshop

August 12, 2009, 3:18 PM HST · Updated August 12, 3:18 PM
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FINANCIAL LITERACY & BOOKKEEPING – Lana`i

This workshop is designed for nonprofit directors, board members, and anyone else responsible for a nonprofit’s financial health. Long-time nonprofit financial officer and Certified Public Accountant Richard Kehoe guides participants through federal and state compliance issues as well as the basics for effective and transparent bookkeeping.  He’ll share best practices in tax liability strategy, will offer critical insight that will help you find the right bookkeeper or CPA, and will explain everything an agency needs to prepare or a successful audit.  Attendees will work together to create a useful cash flow statement that not only provides a real-world look at an organization’s current financial health, but also can be used as a powerful tool in future planning and fundraising strategy.

Workshops are open to the entire organization rather than one person per agency.  For more information and to register, please visit http://www.grantscentralstation.org or call Leslie Mullens at (808) 280-6699.

Lana`i workshop check-in begins at 9:30am with networking and continental breakfast until workshop starting time at 10:00am sharp.  This program is made possible by a generous grant from the Office of Hawaiian Affairs as well as the in-kind donations of several subject matter experts in the community.  Mahalo.

SPONSORED VIDEO

Date: Thursday, August 20th, 2009
Time: 10:00 am to 2:00 pm
Cost: FREE

LOCATION
Hale Kupuna O Lana`i
1144 LLima Ave.
Lana`i City, HI USA 96763

Phone: 808-565-6615
Website: http://www.halemahaolu.org/site/384/tour1.aspx

CONTACT INFORMATION
Contact: Leslie Mullens
Phone: 808-280-6699
Email: [email protected]
Website: http://www.grantscentralstation.org

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