If your organization relies on philanthropic gifts, then board members are critical assets in building a strong culture of philanthropy. Board members are your most strategic volunteers, offering their time, talent and treasure to your mission, and can be your best community advocates.
And yet, in his Nine Predictions for Philanthropy in 2016, Jeff Clark, CEO of Philanthropy Northwest, mentions that one of the challenges nonprofits continue to face is “Keeping … board members engaged and in an adaptive mode.” This is particularly important when it comes to philanthropy where board members, when engaged, can help you build healthy and long-lasting relationships with your organizations’ donors.
Back by popular demand – we bring you Philanthropy for Board Members!
On April 26th from 11am – 12:30pm, join CNE and three distinguished local philanthropists, Dorothy Batten, Sonjia Smith, and Wistar Morris of Signature Family Wealth Advisors, in a panel discussion exploring the board’s role in philanthropy that will have you walking away with answers, ideas, and inspiration. This not-to-miss community conversation will guide you in how best to support your nonprofit’s philanthropy program.
Space is limited and will be available on a first-come first-served basis to board members of CNE member organizations. Register here.