Philip Purcell is a Consultant and Adjunct Faculty at the Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy, where he teaches nonprofit organization law and planned giving. He is also Adjunct Faculty at the Indiana University Maurer School of Law, where he teaches law and philanthropy, and nonprofit law.
Philip is the Editor of Planned Giving Today, and a Senior Consultant in Legacy and Estate Planning at Heaton Smith Group. He is Lead Counsel for the Community Foundation Legal Help Desk, a Member of the American Bar Association, and a Charitable Committee Member of the Internal Revenue Service Tax-Exempt Organization Advisory Committee.
Here’s a glimpse of what you’ll learn:
- Philip Purcell talks about nonprofit boards and executive leadership best practices
- The foundation board and the governing board: is there a difference?
- What does nonprofit organization governance entail?
- How to help boards understand best practices
- How fundraisers can partner with their boards
- The role of on-going board education
- Philip discusses how to implement best practices for good governance—even if your board doesn’t know their role
In this episode…
When it comes to governance, the board has a proven duty of care to manage the nonprofit’s affairs prudently. But that doesn’t necessarily mean the board does all the work; instead, it means that good governance is critical to any organization’s success. And for this success to be met, there must be core principles at play behind it.
What are these core principles of good governance for nonprofit organizations—and how can fundraisers better partner with their boards?
Join the conversation on this episode of the Philanthropy212 Podcast with Penny Cowden and Consultant and Adjunct Faculty at Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy, Philip Purcell. Together, they talk about sound governance principles in not-for-profit organizations, how to work with the board of your organization on best practices, and the importance of continuous education.
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Resources Mentioned in this episode
- Penny Cowden on LinkedIn
- Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy
- Planned Giving Today
- Heaton Smith Group
- Philip Purcell on LinkedIn
Sponsor for this episode…
This episode is brought to you by Philanthropy212, a fundraising consulting company focused on helping not-for-profit organizations build sustainable practices and programs that raise more than just money.
Philanthropy212’s founder, Penny Cowden, has 25 years of experience in the industry and has helped raise more than $100 million for non-profits such as PeaceHealth, Sisters of Charity, Inova Health System, Banner Health System, and Sun Health.