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    you meet with every second Tuesday of the month, for your book reading club meeting. This is your association with a group organized for the purpose of one interest or of several interests in common. That groups members are voluntary associates of that gathering. Voluntary is described by most dictionaries as an act that was done, given, or acting of one 's own free will. A local church has visitation once a week to recruit new members to attend the church in the very near future. No pressure just an open invite to attend. If you would choose to go to the church then that would be a voluntary action to be part of that association for that visit. You had the free will choice to choose without force. The word association is described by Merriam-Webster dictionary as an organized group of people who have the same interest, same jobs and a connection or relationship between things or people. A voluntary association is a group or organization that people may join and leave freely without any recourse of penalty for leaving the group. A community is a social group of any size whose members reside in a specific location. This group may have mannerisms that are similar without trying to mimic one another. The common fact this…

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    billions of dollars. In a study done by Jochen Hoffman, he brought to light the idea that the size of an organization is directly correlates to its chances of cutting ties with society and becoming a political tool (2011). Jochen found that as an organization’s size increases, there is a decrease in the amount of voluntary work that was done as it became less important to the organization. The study provides data that says on average, a complete voluntary organization consists of roughly 500…

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    2, you should have retrieved and analyzed the mission statements of two nonprofit organizations. Based on your analysis, discuss how a nonprofit's mission statement may help the board and the executive director of the organization lead the volunteers and employees. | | | Student Answer: | | A mission statement helps all the employees and volunteers of the organization come together and work together in one accord. Mission statement also helps board of director to setup the goal and…

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    About 15 years ago, I was employed as a Program Liaison and Group Leader for a wonderful non-profit organization in South Philadelphia. This organization focused on providing resources and supports to low income families within an inner city environment. The program operated weekly and was housed in a local elementary school. Usually, students enrolled in the school would utilize our resources services for after-school programming and their parents would request additional assistance such as…

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    ethics is foundation of a person. It is the sound and judgment of how a person approaches a situation and makes a decision. As public servant, LaTisha would need to be proficient in making ethical decisions to keep the success of the organization. LaTisha decided to evaluate the case studies associated with the challenges in nonprofit management. Case 61: Ghost Worker at the Nonprofit The case presents information about The Texas Citizens for Recovery and Treatment Association nonprofit…

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    In module two, we discussed two important things for nonprofit organizations: Managing the Resource Development Function, defining audiences and developing a case. Nonprofit organizations should keep track and improve every area of the organizations in order to obtain the best results. By keeping tracking and improving, nonprofit organizations will maximize their net income which will help them to grow. Just in the same way, in order to make improvements, an organization should be listening to…

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    In every country across the globe, prisoners are seen unsuccessfully attempting to reintegrate back into society upon being released from jail. This poses a serious social problem because individuals who are not successful after being released from jail typically end up back in jail after committing another crime of the same type, or often times an even more serious crime than their original offense. For many of the individuals that commit more crimes, they end their sentence and re enter…

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    There are many different Human service organisations and they all operate differently with their desire purpose and meeting human needs. An organisation that will be analysed is Scope; a Victorian disability support service who support people with intellectual or physical disabilities. Whilst focusing on the services that they provide and engaging with Scopes; purpose, technology and auspice. Also importantly understanding how the organisation is structured and how it is perceived by the…

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    The Healing with Horses Foundation is based in Buccoo, Tobago which was created in 2010 as a non-profit organization by its founder Veronika Danzer La Fortune and her husband Lennon La Fortune whose strategic focus was working with differently abled children through therapeutic e interactions with horses. The members of the foundation love the work they do by providing equine therapy programs and other activities that would aid in physical, social and communication skills for special needs…

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    Policy Identification and Explanation Public Law 105-19, also known as the Volunteer Protection Act of 1997, was passed by Congress on May 1, 1997 and went into effect on June 18, 1997. The need for this bill became evident as litigation against volunteers for negligence increased. The goal of this bill has been to protect volunteers from becoming involved in situations out of their control. In an attempt to reach this goal, this law has placed conditions on volunteers to reduce litigation…

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