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Our board members have the appropriate talent, experience, character, judgment, independence, and diversity __ All Do __ Most Do __ Half Do __ Few Do __ None Do 10. Our board members have adequate input regarding their committee assignments __ All Do __ Most Do __ Half Do __ Few Do __ None Do 11. Our board members feel involved and interested in the board's work __ All Do __ Most Do __ Half Do __ Few Do __ None Do 12. Please provide any additional comments about Board performance and functioning
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13. The best thing about serving on the Client Board: 14. Do you have comments about this questionnaire or self-evaluation process? Are there other questions we should be asking?
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BYLAWS OF NEW HAMPSHIRE CENTER FOR NONPROFITS ARTICLE I Name The name of this Corporation, a New Hampshire non-profit corporation, shall be New Hampshire Center for Nonprofits (the "Corporation"). ARTICLE II Location Section 2.1. The principal office of the Corporation for the transaction of its business is located at 10 Ferry Street, #315, Concord, New Hampshire 03301. Section 2.2. The Corporation may also have offices at such other places, within or without the State of New Hampshire, where it is qualified to do business, as its business may require and as the Board of Directors may from time to time designate. ARTICLE III Powers and Purposes
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Section 3.1. Purpose . The purposes of the Corporation shall be to: serve as a statewide network for nonprofit boards and staffs, an information and education center for organizational and nonprofit management practices, and an advocate for the nonprofit sector as a whole; and to provide other and further services as are desirable to promote the social welfare of the citizens of the State of New Hampshire. Section 3.2. Powers . The Corporation shall have all the powers necessary to carry out the foregoing purposes and all the powers of non-profit corporations organized under the laws of the State of New Hampshire. Section 3.3. Limitations . (a) The Corporation shall be an equal opportunity employer, and it shall not discriminate on the basis of age, race, color, creed, sex, disabilities, financial status, or national origin (i) in the persons serviced, or in the manner of service; (ii) in the hiring, assignment, promotion, salary determination, or other conditions of staff employment; (iii) in the selection of members; or (iv) in the membership of its Board of Directors. (b) The Corporation shall neither have nor exercise any power, nor shall it engage directly or indirectly in any activity that would invalidate its status as a corporation which is exempt from federal income taxation as an organization described in Section 501(c) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, or any successor provision. (c) The Corporation is not organized for pecuniary profit and shall not have any capital stock. No part of its net earnings or of its principal shall inure to the benefit of any officer director of the Corporation, or any other individual, partnership or corporation, but reimbursement for expenditures or the payment of reasonable compensation for services rendered shall not be deemed to be a distribution of earnings or principal.
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