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Community Association Organizational Development

Organizational Indicators of Success for Community Associations 

Community Associations have:

  • Strong leadership by a dedicated group of volunteers who are committed to the well-being of the community.
  • Clear, concise, and relevant mission, vision, values.¬†
  • A current business plan with financial overview that is utilized in the decision-making process.
  • Bylaws that have been recently reviewed and filed with the province.
  • Relevant policies and procedures that are documented, reviewed, and approved.
  • A documented recruitment/succession plan for the Board of Directors.
  • An active membership and volunteer base. Members are encouraged to actively participate by attending meetings, organizing, and participating in programs and events, and providing feedback on issues affecting the community.
  • Effective communication channels in place to inform members about upcoming events, meetings, and other important information.
  • Collaborative and strong partnerships with other community groups, local businesses and government agencies to help achieve goals.
  • Financial sustainability through¬† solid financial plan to ensure they can continue to operate and provide programs and services. This may include fundraising activities, grant applications, and prudent financial management.
  • Opportunity for meaningful engagement. This might include hosting community programs and events, conducting surveys, and collecting feedback on important issues.

The following chart is a helpful tool to assess the potential success of your Community Association projects and initiatives. If your Community Association is considering a new project or program, please use this chart to help determine your readiness.

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