Strategic Planning in Nonprofits Workshop in Wenatchee and Twisp

Strategic Planning in NonprofitsThe Community Foundation of NCW is hosting a Strategic Planning in Nonprofits workshop on Tuesday March 27 at the Red Lion in Wenatchee and Wednesday March 28 at the Aero Methow in Twisp.

Strategic planning offers a critical pathway for nonprofits to better achieve their mission. There are many benefits, including: increased focus, support, accountability, and ability to measure impact. Yet the vast majority of small nonprofits who do not have plans miss this opportunity to think deeply about their work and expand their capacity to deliver more powerfully on their mission.

Strategic Planning in Nonprofits covers six planning elements: preparing, listening, envisioning, planning, executing, and evaluating. It anchors each unit in why they matter and provides tools to help learners act on what they learn and better achieve their mission.

This workshop is designed for staff, board members, and others involved in the strategic planning process for nonprofit organizations.

Both workshops begin at 9:00am and end at 3:00pm. Registration fee is $20 and includes light morning refreshments and lunch.

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2 Comments

  1. Sandra Miles on November 13, 2018 at 10:36 AM

    Will you be having another workshop o Strategic Planning in Nonprofits in 2019?

    Thanks.

    • Jennifer Dolge on November 14, 2018 at 12:39 PM

      Hi Sandra,
      We don’t have Strategic Planning on board for our 2019 workshops, but you can find some really great information through Washington Nonprofit’s SPiN program! They presented this program last year, and there are in-person and web training available here. We will be announcing our Spring NPI workshop soon, stay tuned!
      Jennifer

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