Includes diagrams of the risk management cycle and dimensions of risk graphic
The nature of these unique risks and the special challenges facing a nonprofit that embarks on a risk management program will also be addressed.
Written by two leaders at the Nonprofit Risk Management Center, a management assistance organization that provides informational resources, technical assistance, and training to an estimated 20,000 nonprofits annually
Chapter 1: The Nature and Purposes of Risk Management.
Chapter 2: Recognizing the Context for Risk Management.
PART II: UNDERSTANDING THE GENERAL RISKS FACING NONPROFIT ORGANIZATIONS.
Chapter 3: Property Risks.
Chapter 4: Income Risks.
Chapter 5: Liability Risks.
Chapter 6: People Risks.
Chapter 7: Reputation and Mission Risks.
Chapter 8: Managing Volunteer Risks.
Chapter 9: Governance and Fiduciary Risks.
Chapter 10: Managing Risks Related to Serving Vulnerable Populations.
Chapter 11: Managing the Risks of Transporting Clients.
Chapter 12: Managing Collaboration Risk.
PART III: RISK FINANCING FOR NONPROFITS.
Chapter 13: Fundamental Objectives and Alternatives for Risk Financing.
Chapter 14: Working with Insurance Professionals.
Chapter 15: Insurance.
Epilogue: A Risk Management Decalogue.
Peggy M. Jackson Fogarty, Jackson & Associates, San Francisco.
Toni E. Fogarty University of San Francisco.
Melanie L. Herman Nonprofit Risk Management Center.