Should your homeschool nonprofit group let its members vote? There are many nonprofit groups that do not give their members a vote, but some do! What are the pros and cons or each arrangement?
In this short podcast episode (12 minutes) Carol Topp, the HomeschoolCPA, will share:
- Is it okay to not allow members a vote?
- Sample bylaws can be found at HomeschoolCPA.com/Samples
- Can a board chose its own replacements?
- How can a board get input from the membership?
In the podcast Carol mentioned …
Homeschool Organization Board Manual
Sometimes current group leaders have none of the important paperwork for their organizations. Homeschool board members should keep all their organization’s important papers in a safe and accessible place. Usually, a 3-ring binder works well.
Author and homeschool advisor, Carol Topp, CPA, has created a Homeschool Organization Board Manual. It is a template to create a board member binder. It has:
- A list of important documents to keep in your binder
- Section dividers so you can organize the important papers
- Tools to help you run your meetings smoothly including
- A sample agenda that you can use over and over again
- A calendar of board meetings
Carol Topp, CPA