7th Annual Nonprofit Practices Institute Summit Registration Open

May 18, 2015 – Chelan, WA

2015SummitProgramAgenda-CropThe Nonprofit Practice Institute (NPI) will be hosting its 7th Annual NPI Summit on Monday, May 18th from 9:00am to 4:00pm at Campbell’s Resort in Chelan, WA. A partnership between the Community Foundation of NCW and the Icicle Fund, NPI provides training and professional development to help strengthen nonprofit organizations in the NCW region.

The Annual Summit is a day-long workshop that offers multiple sessions on various aspects of nonprofit management, including board governance, strategic planning, marketing, technology, growth and sustainability. This year’s summit includes a keynote by Donald Summers of Altruist Partners who will share management tools that drive an organization’s transformation and acceleration.

The summit will also include information on the coming changes of Community Foundation’s competitive grant program, which will now provide larger grant funding opportunities as well as a new crowdsourcing initiative, “Give NCW”, that the foundation will implement this fall.

The summit also provides important networking opportunities that allow nonprofits to learn and share best practices and discover collaborations that create efficiencies for impacting their communities.

Registration for the summit is $25 and includes lunch. This event is open to the public with focus on nonprofit board, staff, and volunteers; however, anyone interested in the topics covered is welcome to attend.

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