Registration open for nonprofit conference

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 West Bend, WI – The Volunteer Center is currently accepting registrations for its inaugural Nonprofit Conference on Thursday, April 28. The conference will be held at the West Bend Mutual Prairie Center and is open to anyone who works for a nonprofit, church or government agency, serves on nonprofit board of directors, is a member of a service club, or has an interest in nonprofit and volunteer management.


Renowned speaker David Mann will kick off the event with his keynote, “Embracing Change: How High-Performing Achievers Adapt.” Through stories,
humor and practical examples, he will illustrate the primary strengths of successful leaders, the importance of crafting the right message during transition, and provide applicable techniques for maintaining a positive attitude during times of upheaval and change.

The day will continue with dynamic workshops presented by experts in the areas of nonprofit finance, fundraising, branding and volunteer management. There will be many opportunities to network within the nonprofit community.

“We are so excited to host this powerful conference for nonprofits,” says Sue Millin, Executive Director of the Volunteer Center. “Change is our theme this year because our nonprofit partners are at the front lines as the needs in our community evolve. This conference will bring us together and help us continue to make a great impact.”

 The cost for the Nonprofit Conference is $120 and includes a continental breakfast and plated lunch. A discount is available for premium members of the Volunteer Center.  To register or to view a complete list of workshops and presenters, visitwww.volunteernow.net.


The Volunteer Center is a 501(c)(3) for-purpose organization that mobilizes volunteers and resources to help improve the quality of life in Washington County.  Founded in 1983, the Volunteer Center currently serves more than 60 nonprofit partners and thousands of volunteers each year. For more information visit their website at:
www.volunteernow.net or call (262) 338-8256.

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