Non Disclosure AgreementNon-Profit Bylaws Style 2

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Non Disclosure AgreementNon-Profit Bylaws Style 2

Many nonprofit leaders are confused on what should be public knowledge and what should remain confidential. As with most questions, the right answer is, “it depends.” This article is not written as legal opinion, but hopefully will provide some clarity on how an organization can be as transparent as possible while it understands that some information can and should remain confidential. Fiduciary responsibilities are the core responsibilities of board members, which is why board members should devise a confidentiality policy as soon as possible. Issues with confidentiality don't come up often, but when they do, they can damage the organization's reputation. In turn, a bad reputation will have a negative impact on donations, so it's worth taking the time to write and implement a confidentiality policy before such a time comes when the board must rely on it. Fiduciary responsibilities are the core responsibilities of board members, which is why board members should devise a confidentiality policy as soon as possible. Issues with confidentiality don't come up often, but when they do, they can damage the organization's reputation.

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