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Seattle Hosting Independent Sector Conference

Posted Jun 10, 2014 08:40 AM
Seattle will host the national Independent Sector conference this November. Don't miss one of the most valuable educational opportunities for the nonprofit sector, featuring leaders from nonprofits and philanthropy.

The Independent Sector conference is lauded as the most valuable national conference for nonprofit professionals in the US, and it's going to be in Seattle in November! What distinguishes this conference is that it includes both nonprofit and philanthropic leaders, is highly interactive, and incorporates the arts to create a lively and engaging learning and networking environment.

If you wish to join the Independent Sector, membership is on a sliding scale and will get you $380 reduction in the main conference fee and a $100 discount on the NGEN and Public Policy programs.

If you join or are already an IS member, please use this code: MPartner501C
It does not give you an additional discount above the member discount, but for every 5 people that use this code, 501 Commons earns a complimentary one-day registration for our staff or someone in your network.

If you are not a member of the Independent Sector…
But your organization is a member of 501 Commons or you're a listed specialist in the Resource Directory, use the codes below to get a big discount on the conferences.

(Not a 501 Commons member? We can fix that! Fill out the membership form. 501 Commons services are available to any organization, but members get discounts on services and events.)

Discount codes:
Partner501C – Gives a $380 discount for the Main Conference, bringing the Main Conference down to $945.
NGEN501C – Gives a $100 discount for the NGEN conference for nonprofit leaders under 40, bringing the NGEN program down to $175.
PPAI501C - Gives a $150 discount for the Public Policy Action Institute, bringing the Institute down to $250.