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Posted on June 30, 2020

Your organization’s revenue is down, workforce is changing, and facilities are underutilized. What can a nonprofit do? What MUST it do? As your organization considers its options as an entity and a steward, there are several possibilities out there. In this 3-part webcast series, our speakers will:

  • identify the questions your nonprofit should ask during these difficult times
  • provide guidance for your organization on partnership options and processes
  • share information on how to set yourself up in the best position if closure is unavoidable
  • review the steps involved in closing a nonprofit in Georgia and
  • consider potential issues around short-term “soft closings”
  • Part I: Mergers & Asset Sales Speakers: Brian Galison, Nelson Mullins & Erik Speakman, Speakman Management

    Part II: Insolvency & Bankruptcy Speaker: John Mills, Taylor English

    Part III: The Process of Dissolution Speaker: Robyn Miller, Pro Bono Partnership of Atlanta