GREENSBORO, N.C. – More than 600 people involved in North Carolina’s nonprofit sector will gather Sept. 22 and 23 in Greensboro to explore the condition of the state’s nonprofits.
The annual conference, hosted by the North Carolina Center for Nonprofits, will be held at the Grandover Hotel and Conference Center.
James Joseph, former U.S. ambassador to South Africa and president emeritus of the Council on Foundations, will deliver the keynote speech, which will focus on the nonprofit sectors’ role in remaking America.
More than 20 workshops, including six all-day intensive workshops on Sept. 23, will be held during the two-day conference and will cover topics including leadership succession, measurement and evaluation, corporate fundraising and board assessments.
A lunch event will allow attendees to engage in informal conversations with foundation heads, business leaders and government representatives.
And the Center for Nonprofits will award its annual Nonprofit Sector Stewardship Awards, recognizing three nonprofits for exemplary organizational effectiveness.
Registration and additional information is available online.