Registration Open for NPI 6th Annual Summit

A partnership between the Community Foundation of North Central Washington (CFNCW) and the Icicle Fund, the Nonprofit Practices Institute (NPI) provides professional development and training opportunities for the nonprofit industry.

The NPI Summit is a day of professional development for nonprofit board, staff, and volunteers on the various facets of nonprofit work. Topics ranging from fundraising, strategic planning, board governance, accounting, marketing, and more are covered by experts in their field.

The summit provides a unique opportunity for our communities’ nonprofits to get the tools and resources they need for effective nonprofit management and network with others in the industry.

This year’s session topics include:

  • Board Essentials
  • Navigating Multi-Media Mayhem
  • Advocacy Through Storytelling
  • Donor Development
  • Building Effective Partnerships
  • Recruiting and Sustaining Volunteers
  • Board Management
  • Washington Nonprofit’s NEW Online Financial Tutorials
  • Planning for the Unexpected
  • Leadership Coaching

The summit is being held on Monday, May 19th from 9:00am – 4:00pm at Campbell’s Resort in Chelan, WA. There is a registration fee of $15 that includes lunch. Online registration is required at www.cfncw.org/npiannualsummit.

2 Comments

  1. Kelsay Stanton on April 15, 2014 at 3:38 PM

    Hello,
    Is there any schedule set up to show the timing of these sessions? I wouldn’t be able to make it until 10 am and would like know if the sessions I’m interested in will still be running.
    Thanks and cheers,
    Kelsay

    • Jennifer Dolge on April 15, 2014 at 4:20 PM

      Hi Kelsay – We are working on getting the program agenda up with the times and speaker information. We should have that available sometime next week. Either check back then, or if you’re on our mailing list, you’ll receive an email notification that it has been posted. The sessions are 75 minutes and repeat, so you would only miss one or two. Stay tuned!

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