Board Recruitment

A process of finding and/or replacing existing board members of a non-profit organizations. This is a continueous process. The executive director should have a chart of available resources and consistently seek out new members to fulfil the duties and responsibilities of the board.

How to Start a Non-Profit Organization: Step 3 – The First Board Meeting

Step three of starting a non-profit organization is gathering the potential board members for the first meeting.  In step one; you formed a brain trust to validate the mission of the non-profit organization.  In step two; you generated a list of potential board members by identifying sources and creating profiles.  In this step, you have to get everyone together, present the mission to the group, get commitments to help, and set a date to legally form the non-profit organization.

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How to Start a Non-Profit Organization: Step 2 – Founding Board Membership

Founding Board Membership

Now that your brain trust has evaluated the idea and has endorsed the concept, it is time to go onto step 2 of the process.  You will need to create a founding board to start the non-profit organization.   The members of the brain trust provided you with names of potential board members. 

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How to Start a Non-Profit Organization: Step 1 – Form a Brain Trust

brain trust

Before you do anything towards starting a non-profit organization, you need to form a brain trust.  This is a group of friends that will add their thoughts to your idea and provide you with a platform to begin the process.  Their ideas, questions, suggestions, misgivings, and other thoughts expand your thinking beyond a simple idea to a core value of what is important. 

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