Winter Workshop groupLearn and grow with our experts. The Center for Nonprofit Stewardship offers nonprofit workshops throughout the region focused on providing valuable skills and tools for nonprofit boards, staff, and volunteers. Please see below for information on upcoming workshops.

Examples of workshop topics include:

  • Board Roles & Responsibilities
  • Building Business Partnerships
  • Practical ways to engage your board in fundraising
  • How to choose the best stories to compel your donors to give
CNS Nonprofit Learning Series

CNS Nonprofit Learning Series

These skill-building summits are held all across the Pacific Northwest for nonprofit staff, board members, and volunteers. Join our professional speakers for workshop sessions and invaluable networking opportunities.

Tillamook Workshop
Date Sat, Feb 16, 2019 1pm – 4:30pm
Info Registration & Details
Gold Beach Workshop
Date Sat, Mar 16, 2019 1pm – 4:30pm
Info Details coming soon!
Klamath Falls Workshop
Date Sat, Apr 13, 2019 1pm – 4:30pm
Info Details coming soon!
Newport Workshop
Date Sat, June 22, 2019 1pm – 4:30pm
Info Details coming soon!
Mid-Valley Development Professionals Workshops

Mid-Valley Development Professionals Workshops

Each workshop listed below is $50. (We will post information about each workshop as registration opens.) When you are an MVDP member and hold a season pass, you receive access to all workshops for one low price.

February 26th: Planned Giving, in Albany
Presented by Steve Slotemaker, Relationship Manager, TIAA Kaspick

March 19th, 1pm-4pm: Fundraising Events 101 & the Special Appeal, in Salem
Presented by Samantha Swaim, President of Swaim Strategies

May 15th, 1-3pm: Donor-Centered Storytelling, in Albany
Presented by Jennifer Larsen Morrow of Creative Company

July 24th, 2pm-4pm: Online Giving & the Holiday Seasonin Monmouth or Independence
Presented by Colby Reade, Director of Communications for Murdock Charitable Trust

October: Turning Volunteers into Donors, in Salem
Presented by Grady Goodall, Director of Development
Location: OSU College of Liberal Arts, Salem, OR

November: Measuring Success in Grant Applications, in Corvallis
Presented by Jenn Clemo, Executive Director of Center for Nonprofit Stewardship

Annual Conference

Annual Conference

This annual event 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

Corvallis
Date Feb 2, 2019
Info Registration | More details
CNS Learn@Lunch Series

CNS Learn@Lunch Series

In our Learn@Lunch series, we’re offering four bite-sized nonprofit trainings for orgs like yours. You’ll walk away with practical tips and resources to maximize the impact of your organization! At each location across the Willamette Valley, we offer four one-hour workshops over the lunch break so you can easily join us to learn and improve.

“CNS offered a Learn@Lunch series of workshops in my area covering some great fundraising and board development topics. These workshops were inexpensive, accessible, and thoughtfully executed in a “bite-sized” fashion to reach busy non-profit staff and volunteers with vital information. L@L is a great model and will make me look for more CNS programming. Thank you for being a great resource for non-profits, CNS!” –Emily James, Heartland Humane Society

Save the Date!
Salem April 2019
Roseburg May 2019
Albany June 2019
Eugene July 2019
Corvallis August 2019