Central Washington Conference for the Greater Good
Apr. 24, Yakima Convention Center
Central Washington is home to diverse human histories, ranging from people native to the land to those who’ve traveled from far and near. This year, the conference will focus on stories – and how they forge meaningful relationships and social change.
There are workshops covering a wide range of topics; such as fundraising “asks,” storytelling through data, building strong collaborations, self-care, decision-making from a position of privilege, risk assessment, and structuring successful food programs. The keynote speaker is Akaya Windwood, an internationally recognized leader known for elevating the effectiveness of leadership and collaboration in the social sector.
Early bird registration ends on Mar. 21. Washington Nonprofits members get an additional discount.
Washington State Nonprofit Conference
May 20-21, Meydenbauer Center
This is the 25th anniversary of the largest annual statewide gathering for members of the nonprofit community. Take a day away from your desk to see your challenges from another perspective, meet nonprofit leaders from across the state, and visualize how you can lead the change for a better sector. Then, come back to your desk recharged, revitalized, and fired up.
Get more out of the conference by attending one of these day-long pre-conference Deep Dive workshops happening on May 20:
- Strategic Fundraising (The Ostara Group)
- Step Up Your Volunteer Strategy (501 Commons)
- Risk Leadership in Action (Non Profit Insurance Program)
- Leadership for Equity (Fleur Larsen and Aparna Rae)
The three keynote speakers are Laura van Dernoot Lipsky, who will speak on how nonprofit leaders can navigate overwhelming circumstances; and Ruth McCambridge and Edgar Villanueva, who are leading a lunch conversation about the future of nonprofits and philanthropy. Register before April 17 and you can save 15%.