Registration Open for the 8th Annual NPI Summit

NPIMonday, May 23, 2016
9:00am – 4:00pm
(Registration Opens at 8:00am)
Campbells Resort, Chelan WA

The Community Foundation of NCW is pleased to host the 8th Annual NPI Summit!

Open to board, staff, volunteers and anyone interested in nonprofit work, the Summit provides professional development and unique training opportunities from experts in their field.

In this day-long conference, we’ll cover several topics related to nonprofit management and sustainability so that you can bring back tools and resources to better achieve your mission and grow your organization.

We are excited to have Nancy Straw of The Ford Family Foundation as our Keynote who will talk about “Making the Most of Being a Rural Nonprofit“. Other session topics include:

  • Leadership
  • Marketing and Branding
  • Crowdfunding
  • Fundraising
  • Board/Director Relations
  • Succession Planning
  • Finance
  • and Peer to Peer Learning Sessions
We are also excited about a few exhibits that will be at the Summit:
  • Washington Nonprofits will share information about the incredible array of nonprofit resources they have available to you
  • North Central Regional Library will bring information about their new Funding Information Network where you can find information about funding sources
  • Northeastern University will have information on their Nonprofit Management program and is sponsoring a yummy dessert break!

Registration is just $25 and includes a delicious lunch, including vegetarian and gluten free options!

This is going to be one of the best summits we’ve ever hosted, you don’t want to miss out this year!

VIEW THE PROGRAM AGENDA

REGISTER FOR THE SUMMIT


The Nonprofit Practices Institute is a partnership between the Community Foundation of NCW and the Icicle Fund

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