NonProfit POWER Returns for 2.5 Jam-Packed Days of Education, Networking
NonProfit POWER is back in Philadelphia. After its successful return to an in-person hosted summit in 2021, NonProfit POWER will expand to a 2.5-day event this year with an impactful schedule, spanning Dec. 5 to 7 at the Notary Hotel in Philadelphia.
NonProfit PRO, the go-to resource for nonprofit management and strategy, has hosted this invite-only conference since 2019 to provide top-notch fundraising education and showcase nonprofit technology capabilities for qualified nonprofit leaders.
“NonProfit POWER attendees continue to be impressed year after year with our lineup of expert speakers, one-on-one interactions with nonprofit sector vendors and networking opportunities with sector peers,” Chris Lyons, president and chief revenue officer of NonProfit PRO, said. “Nonprofit executives leave our event with new relationships, ideas and opportunities that allow them to implement best practices in fundraising, technology and leadership at their organizations.”
Nonprofit professionals who attend NonProfit POWER can expect to::
- Learn from sector experts who will share insights into the latest direct marketing, peer-to-peer and technology trends.
- Join your nonprofit peers in boardroom case studies to discuss successes and challenges of technology platforms through interactive conversations directly with vendors.
- Attend prescheduled, one-on-one meetings with leading vendors to vet platforms and gather months of intel in a matter of days.
- Network with other nonprofit executives during meals and dedicated networking activities, such as dinner at Fogo de Chão Brazilian steakhouse and a casino night (with fake money).
“This summit has been one of the most organized nonprofit events I have attended,” Beverly Raudales, senior vice president at Comunilife, said after attending last year’s NonProfit POWER. “The selections of vendors and presenters [were] meticulously planned. The event's agenda allowed for a wealth of learning, networking and social fun. I never thought I could learn and absorb valuable information regarding fundraising, development [and] marketing in such a short period of time. I met such special colleagues that I am sure will maintain connections through time.”
Past participants have included CEOs, executive directors, chief development officers and chief technology officers at numerous organizations, such as ALS Association, Big Brothers Big Sisters of America, The Kennedy Center, The Michael J. Fox Foundation and University of San Francisco.
NonProfit POWER is free for nonprofit attendees who receive an exclusive invite. NonProfit PRO covers travel, hotel accommodations and meals.
Space is limited, so express your interest in attending by filling out the NonProfit POWER attendee inquiry form.