Published Jan. 14, 2013
Hundreds of fundraising and nonprofit professionals are expected to attend a best practices conference next month in Charleston.
“A significant level of energy and an enormous investment of brainpower fuels our state’s nonprofits,” association President Madeleine McGee said in a statement. “Bringing these individuals together to share and inspire always has a profound, ripple effect across the state.”
Organizers said the conference offers information and insight for working with a volunteer board, strategic planning and tracking opportunities, among other best practices.
The summit also offers workshops, concurrent sessions, consulting and three conference sessions by recognized nonprofit leaders, including Gail Perry, Roger Schwarz, George Stevens and David Farren. Two sessions will focus on the Affordable Care Act and its impact on nonprofits.
More about the summit, including registration information, can be found online.