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WVNPA Committees

By on December 18, 2018 in News

WVNPA Members: Are you interested in serving on one of the WVNPA’s committees? WVNPA board nominations often come from the ranks of those serving on committees, so if you’re interested on serving on our board, this is a great way to get started. Read on to learn more about each committee. If you’re interested, please email

Finance & Fund Development Committee

The Finance & Fund Development Committee is responsible for overseeing the key elements of a financial reporting process and oversees implementation of the process, (ii) reviewing financial reports in committee meetings and Board of Directors meetings, (iii) recommending an annual budget, (iv) reviewing internal and external audits and reviews and oversees corrective action, (v)  developing, evaluating, and monitoring resource development policies,  (vi) providing financial guidance to the Executive Director, and (vii) assisting in securing alternative sources of funding.

Membership Committee
The Membership Committee is responsible for providing oversight and assistance in recruiting and retaining general and associate members and business/vendor partners through the identification of programs, negotiated buying opportunities/group rates, and outreach the WVNPA will offer to members.

Policy & Advocacy Committee
The Advocacy & Public Policy Committee is responsible for identifying key issues related to state and federal public policy that impacts the broad nonprofit sector then advocates and educates elected and government officials on behalf of the nonprofit sector. The Advocacy & Public Policy Committee is a joint committee with Philanthropy WV.

Programming Committee
The Programming Committee is responsible for working with Regional Satellite Partners/Regional Collaborative in developing the annual schedule for electronic and regionally delivered education, training, and resources in response to the identified needs of the members including Best Practices, Standards of Excellence, Nonprofit tracks at conferences, and relationships with Institutions of Higher Learning.


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