How Can the Nonprofit
Risk Management Center HELP YOU?

The Nonprofit Risk Management Center has been a trusted advisor to nonprofit leaders since it became an independent nonprofit in 1992.  The Center’s staff and associates understand the risk issues nonprofits face and provide practical and affordable suggestions for managing those risks.

The Center’s mission is to inform nonprofit leaders about the discipline and benefits of risk management and to offer risk management strategies and solutions that strengthen their organizations. Resources available include: online training, webinars, articles, tutorials, custom risk management plans and policies, risk assessments and consulting services. 
How can the Center help you?

  • RISK HELP™ — Unlimited answers to risk management questions available exclusively to you through the Affiliate Member web page.
  • RISK eNews and Risk Management Essentials - Subscribe and receive the Center’s weekly eNews and three times per year newsletter.
  • Risk Tips of the Month - Short to-the-point risk tips for use by our Affiliates.
  • Affordable, easy-to-read publications.
  • Create custom risk management plans and policies online: My Risk Management Plan and My Risk Management Policies.
  • Competitively priced Consulting Services and Risk Assessments.

Training:

  • Risk Management Classroom Access online risk management training that is convenient and affordable: A subscription entitles one registered user to take up to 14 courses with no time restriction.
  • View the monthly recorded Wednesday Webinar Series – available after 4 pm on the day of each live webinar presentation. 
  • View the 90+ one-hour webinar programs in the Center’s Webinar Vault anytime.
  • Custom WebinarDesign a custom 60 minute webinar on a risk topic of your choice delivered live with an accompanying handout. Share or distribute the recorded webinar with your team.
  • On-Site TrainingCustom, on-site workshops.
  • Attend the Center’s annual Risk SUMMIT in late summer.
   

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