Nonprofits are an important - but often overlooked - part of our economy and society. This course develops business-minded thinking and useful leadership skills for the future founders and leaders of nonprofit sport organizations. Attention is also placed on the process of philanthropy and how individuals and foundations can best support nonprofit organizations and the production of public goods. Throughout the course, we will explore the management of nonprofit organizations in the sport setting and will highlight a range of issues from leadership to organizational structure to operational implementation. The purpose of this course is to prepare students with the knowledge to manage or interact with organizations in this complex organizational environment. In this course students will learn about nonprofit management through theory, concepts, and application. The course is designed as an interactive learning experience that incorporates significant case study and group problem-solving exercises with sport nonprofit examples. Additionally, this course will provide students with real-world experience in grant making and philanthropy related to social enterprise and social impact in sport. Through this experience, students will gain skills that will further their understanding in strategic giving for social change.