To fulfill their fiduciary duties, your not-for-profit’s board needs information. You don’t want to bog them down with superfluous reading material. But there are three general types of information you should share. The first is financial, including copies of your Form 990, audit results and quarterly financial reports with income and expense information. The second is strategic, such as program reports, survey results and articles that relate to your nonprofits or its mission. Finally, to foster teamwork and commitment, share information about board members such as bios and accomplishments.