In partnership with Four Rivers Community Foundation, the Center for Nonprofit Stewardship is proud to present the Eastern Oregon Nonprofit Conference this September.
The event hosts a number of expert speakers to provide informative talks and interactive workshops alongside opportunities for networking. The 2019 conference will include a variety of sessions that cover a wide scope of topics such as fund development, financial accountability, organizational and board development, and diversity, equity and inclusion. Attendees can also attend a networking reception the night before.
Register today at http://bit.ly/EONC-2019
September 25th Reception:
This reception, held from 6:00pm – 8:00pm, will be full of ample opportunities for networking with funders, exhibitors, and other attendees. We will have a short learning program and offer appetizers and a no-host bar.
September 26th Schedule:
- 8:30am: Registration Opens
- 9:30am: Welcome and Keynote
- 10:15am: Breakout Session 1
- 11:45am: Networking Lunch
- 1:00pm: Breakout Session 2
- 2:30pm: Afternoon Break and Snack
- 2:45pm: Breakout Session 3
- 4:15pm: Close
Grady O. Goodall, J.D., Director of Development, OSU College of Liberal Arts
Register today: http://bit.ly/MVDP-Oct24
This event is FREE for MVDP members and $50 for guests.
About the Presenter
Grady Goodall is dedicated to using his legal training and experience to serve the education and nonprofit sectors. He has advised and supported numerous nonprofits as an attorney and professional fundraiser. He currently serves as Director of Development for the College of Liberal Arts at Oregon State University and has been successful in many areas of advancement for higher education especially development, alumni relations, and government relations.
A graduate of the University of Oregon School of Law, his law practice was focused on donors and charities and he is an active member of the Oregon Bar Association. Grady currently serves on the Board of Directors for the Center for Nonprofit Stewardship. He is a frequent presenter and trainer on fundraising, management, and legal topics for nonprofit organizations.
How do you know if your programs and services are effective—if your organization is making an impact? In this session for development professionals in the Mid-Willamette Valley area, CNS’s Executive Director, Jenn Clemo, will discuss tracking outputs, measuring outcomes, and using data to tell your organization’s story.
If you attended the abbreviated Learn@Lunch session, don’t worry because this workshop will be packed with new information and tools!
Register today at http://bit.ly/MVDP-Nov13
This session is free for all MVDP Season Pass holders and $50 for guests.
Jenn Clemo, Center for Nonprofit Stewardship, Executive Director
Jenn Clemo became the Executive Director of CNS, an organization that provides training and resources to nonprofits, in February 2018. She is a nonprofit professional with nearly fourteen years’ experience in the sector. Jenn possesses a diverse set of skills in nonprofit management, with expertise in fund development, marketing, program design, and evaluation.
She most recently worked as the Development Manager for Rural Development Initiatives, a Pacific Northwest rural community leadership and economic development organization. Jenn has also worked as an independent consultant for GrantMatrix, an Oregon-based grant writing firm, where her consulting services included grant writing, logic modeling, reporting, and budgets for nonprofits across the country. And she has worked as an independent contractor providing professional nonprofit capacity-building services to a variety of clients in the Willamette Valley.
Jenn is a graduate of the University of Oregon and holds a B.A. in English Literature.
Join CNS for a Nonprofit Learning Series workshop in Roseburg designed to build a smart, strong, engaged board. Whether you are new to board service or a long-serving member this training will clarify your responsibilities, give your board tools for recruitment and retention, and inspire you to find new ways to engage your board in fundraising.
Board Roles and Responsibilities
New and even seasoned nonprofit board members may not understand their basic obligations. In this session, the Center for Nonprofit Stewardship’s Program Director, Jess Hampton, will explore the legal duties, roles and responsibilities of volunteer board members in governing charitable and other nonprofit organizations.
Board Member Recruitment & Retention
As part of CNS’s work with The Ford Family Foundation, Jess Hampton has prepared tools for boards who are concerned about recruitment and retention. In this session, she will present ways to recruit new members and keep current board members engaged.
Practical Ways to Engage your Board in Fundraising
A common complaint among board leadership and staff is a board that “doesn’t do” fundraising. Please join Jenn Clemo, Executive Director of the Center for Nonprofit Stewardship, for a workshop that will provide strategies for turning your board members into ambassadors for your cause. You’ll come away with practical tools, tips, and activities to rouse your board into fundraising roles that fit the individual and produce results.
This annual event in Corvallis, Oregon hosts a number of expert speakers to provide informative talks and interactive workshops alongside opportunities for networking. The Guiding More Good Conference brings people together from all across the sector to gather innovative solutions, develop knowledge and skills, and renew their energy.
“I have attended the Annual Conference in Corvallis a couple times representing different Boards that I have served on. They always have top notch speakers and I find attending to be a great way to get re-energized.” –Melissa Metz, Grand Chapter of Oregon
Join CNS for a Nonprofit Learning Series workshop in The Dalles designed to build a smart, strong, engaged board. Whether you are new to board service or a long-serving member this training will clarify your responsibilities, give your board tools for recruitment and retention, and inspire you to find new ways to engage your board in fundraising.