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The greater question is WHY would a nonprofit WANT their board members' names to be confidential?

Board members are the major link to the community and a great asset in making the nonprofit known more widely in the community.

The further you extend yourself into the community, the greater the chances for recruiting other qualified board member who know current members. The organization's credibility is strengthened when others see the reputable community members' names who serve the nonprofit.

And last, but not least, the ability to raise funds from outside the organization is increased by having the names of well-known and reputable community members visible to other likely donors.

I can't imagine why board members' names wouldn't be placed on everything published and mailed by a nonprofit. It's good advancement for the organization.

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