Join the NC Center for Nonprofits, the Outer Banks Community Foundation, and the Outer Banks Community Services Collaborative on Friday, March 18 for a Nonprofit Town Hall meeting to get a preview of major trends, threats, and opportunities for nonprofits in 2016.
Last year, nonprofits were at the center of many of the biggest state policy debates. In 2016, many of these issues will continue to be critically important to nonprofits.
Please join us for a discussion of these issues at a Nonprofit Town Hall Meeting on Friday, March 18 from 10:00 am to 12:00 pm at the Outer Banks Hospital’s Medical Office Building in the Starboard Room on the 2nd floor. David Heinen (pictured), the Center’s Vice President for Public Policy and Advocacy, will be presenting.
At the Nonprofit Town Hall, local nonprofits will:
- Hear the latest about trends in the nonprofit sector and recent (and upcoming) public policy developments affecting nonprofits’ tax exemption, ability to raise funds, and operations.
- Discuss the public policy issues that matter most to your organization.
- Learn the three things that your nonprofit needs to do to prepare your staff, board, volunteers, and the people you serve for 2016.
Click here to register for the meeting online; however, there is no cost to attend. You do NOT need to be a member of the Center for Nonprofits to attend. If you have problems registering, please call the Center at 919-790-1555.
See you at the meeting!