Well managed daily administrative functions are fundamental to the success of any not-for-profit organization.
When you let Spets Association Management take care of the daily administrative functions of your organization, you have more time to focus on the big picture.
Our offices, resources and team become yours. We act as your headquarters for mail, couriers, email and phone calls from your members, prospects, donors, media and sponsors. We provide meeting space for board and committee meetings.
In addition to the day-to-day administrative services, we maintain our clients’ files and records. We prepare Society Act filings and manage membership databases and stakeholder contact lists. We make sure your bills are paid on time, and keep your volunteers on target and motivated.
Our clients need never worry about bringing in a temporary employee in the event that a staff member becomes ill. Each of our employees always has a backup person who can step in and is familiar with your organization’s processes and procedures. This helps to maintain momentum on ongoing projects and events, even if the main contact is not available.
We implement and use systems that save your not-for-profit organization time and money, so you can focus on the goals and vision of your organization. The software and technology we use allows us to streamline operations and manage your organization faultlessly.
We truly become our client’s office!
Your association maintains its identity while you take advantage of as many of our administrative services as you wish. With great attention to service quality, we truly provide the day-to-day administrative services your association needs.
Our administrative services include:
- an address, phone number and meeting space;
- answering phone calls and emails efficiently;
- all needed software and technology;
- maintaining all of our clients’ files and records;
- preparing Society Act filings;
- managing membership databases and stakeholder contact lists;
- responding to all inquiries in a timely manner;
- production of reports, correspondence and communications;
- coordination of activities among all stakeholders;
- management of continuing education, professional accreditation and certification programs;
- preparation of agendas and meeting materials;
- recording and distributing meeting minutes.