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The new fifth edition of The Oregon Nonprofit Corporation Handbook is now available! Purchase online, or stop by our office to purchase right away.
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The Oregon Nonprofit Corporation Handbook
Authors: Cynthia Cumfer & Kay Sohl
The Oregon Nonprofit Corporation Handbook is the essential how-to guide for both emerging and established nonprofit organizations. The only complete guide for Oregon nonprofits, the Handbook is four great reference books in one: legal, tax exemption, management, and accounting. The new edition includes an expanded section on the Board of Directors, a discussion of the revised Form 990, new policies to help you comply with governance concerns, and more. If you need assistance with a specific question, please contact our helpline at firstname.lastname@example.org.
NAO Nonprofit Member Price: $70
Nonmember Price: $85
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Oregon Nonprofit Sector Report
The Nonprofit Association of Oregon (NAO) and Portland State University’s (PSU) Institute for Nonprofit Management (INPM) collaborated to publish the Oregon Nonprofit Sector Report (ONSR) that informs key decision makers in the public, nonprofit, and private sectors about the economic relevance of the nonprofit sector. This comprehensive report examines the sector as a whole—including a description of the size and scope of the sector, the current condition of nonprofits and clues about their economic and social relevance, and social impact of the nonprofit sector in Oregon.
The ONSR provides crucial information for public policy decision makers, philanthropists, and nonprofit leaders in their attempt to reorganize relations between nonprofits and government while dealing with the consequences of recent financial crises—the effects of which greatly influence Oregon’s state budget cycle and consequently the budget of many of the state’s 22,000+ nonprofit organizations.
Download the full report (PDF, 1.3 MB)
Discounted Publications & Other Recommended Reading
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In addition to our own publication and the member benefit publications, we’ve put together a list of books and tools relevant to work in the nonprofit sector.
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