3 Nonprofit Organizational Charts and How to Make Them
As a nonprofit professional, part of your job involves tracking and communicating important information to outside bodies like the government, key stakeholders and potential donors. It's essential that your organization has a good way to communicate data, keep track of finances and structure information. Though it's certainly possible to communicate some of this information in writing, using nonprofit organizational charts can help keep you organized and make a greater impact on your audience.
If your organization is not already using charts, it should be. There are charts for practically every purpose, and free tools can help make them affordable for any organization. In particular, here are three important charts your nonprofit should be using.
Nonprofits use organizational structure charts to visually communicate the structure of their organizations. These charts show who reports to who and helps clarify complicated organizational structures both internally and externally.