Ethics In Non-Profit Organizations

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Non-Profit Organizations have to be careful about their image. Hypothetically speaking had the leader taken the donation with all of the rumors in the air, that could harm the organization’s image. Hence creating a domino effect and lose the support of it stakeholders and society. NPOs are bound to ethical standards; therefore, the profession should be practiced with integrity and trust with the public interest at hand. (Worth, pg 292) While some may rationalize as society, one is innocent until proven guilty. Nevertheless, compromising that internal watch that God provides would create more problems for all parties involved. If a leader practices, righteousness, they would be successful in all their endeavors. The Holy Spirit
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Therefore, non-profits would be mostly like caught is an ethical dilemmas that would test the integrity of their organization. Furthermore as you mentioned, the image of the organization could be compromised. According to Worth, “a charitable organization should adopt clear policies, based on specific exempt purpose to determine whether accepting a gift would compromise its ethics, financial circumstances, programs focus or other interest.” (Worth, pg 133) A conversation would help facilitate the issue and clear all speculations made against the donor. As for the second case, the art gift has a lot of stipulations that in the long run could compromise the health of the donor and the non-profit. Both parties should meet and discuss the issue at hand. If a viable solution is not achievable by both parties then the non-profit should part ways. If a Christ-like view were practiced in every day business, then organization would move through challenges with the help of the Holy Spirit. John 14:26 tells us that “But the Helper, the Holy Spirit, whom the Father will send in My name, He will teach you all things, and bring to your remembrance all that I said to you.” God speaks and He translates to us through the helper; therefore, a business leader need more than experience and understanding when dealing with