Entries for the 'Administration' Category
By: Christopher Gustafson
Why settle for mediocrity when your center could be excellent?
Recently completed, Deneutralized is a free comprehensive reference guide to not only starting and building pregnancy centers but also identifying and addressing obstacles to center success. This manual is an informative, inspirational,...
By: Tom Lothamer
What's an executive board's most important function? Approving and monitoring the budget? Setting policy? Raising support? Representing the PCC before the community?
All of these are important, but one other responsibility is absolutely critical to a ministry's success or failure.
What would that ...
By: Sherry Camelleri
As we serve in the pregnancy center ministry, we find that individuals, both female and male, come to us as a direct result of seeking love. Yes, looking for love in all the wrong places and ways, their desire to be accepted and fulfilled as a person prompts unhealthy decisions. More times than we r...
By: Tom Lothamer
The job of the board of directors is to make decisions on behalf of the organization. Some decisions will be simple or routine; others — such as initiating new programs, cutting programs or staff, changing a name, and so forth — will have a lasting impact. How should a board make those d...
By: Thomas Glessner
The last few years have brought forth intense legislative attacks against Pregnancy Resource Centers and Medical Clinics (PRCs/PRMCs). NIFLA has been deeply involved in these battles and has reported on them in detail in past issues of Legal Tips.
Legislation to curtail the operations of PRCs/PRMCs...