• Nonprofit Practices Institute Hosts 11th Annual NPI Summit

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    The Nonprofit Practices Institute (NPI), a partnership of the Community Foundation and the Icicle Fund, is hosting its 11th Annual NPI Summit on Monday, April 29, 2019 from 9:00am to 4:30pm at Campbell’s Resort in Chelan, Washington.
     
    The NPI Summit is a day-long conference that provides high-quality, low-cost professional development and networking opportunities for nonprofit organizations serving North Central Washington. The event is open to nonprofit staff, board, volunteers, or anyone interested in nonprofit work.
     
    This year’s keynote is Erica Barnhart, Senior Lecturer at the University of Washington’s Evans School of Public Policy and CEO of Claxon, a marketing consulting firm. The topic is “The Energetics of Language: how to use the power of words to drive change, inspire engagement, and lead a happier, healthier life.”
     
    The rest of the summit includes a dozen presentations over three sessions that cover topics including grant writing, marketing and outreach, succession planning, diversity and inclusion, event planning, board/director relationships, and mindfulness.
     
    “The summit is a great opportunity to learn best practices from experts in their fields” said Claire Oatey, director of community grants and summit programmer. “We’re excited about the diverse range of topics this year – there’s something for everyone.”
     
    Online registration is required along with a $30 fee that includes lunch.
     
    To register or to view the full program agenda, visit www.cfncw.org/npiannulsummit.
     
    The Community Foundation of North Central Washington’s mission is to grow, protect, and connect charitable gifts in support of strong communities throughout Chelan, Douglas, and Okanogan counties. Established in 1986, the Community Foundation manages $85 million in assets through 500 individual funds and has awarded over $35 million in grants and scholarships.
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    For more information call 509-663-7716 or visit www.cfncw.org
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