United Way's Center for Nonprofits and the Association of Fundraising Professionals is hosting its 15th annual Tennessee Valley Institute for Nonprofit Excellence Conference this month.
The conference provides opportunity for nonprofit leadership and board members to learn from national and regional experts about the areas impacting the health and sustainability of their nonprofit organizations.
The event will take place from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday at Southern Adventist University in Collegedale at the Hulsey Wellness Center.
Topics will include fundraising, employment issues, governance, legal developments, financial controls and grant writing.
Attendees will have opportunity to network with other agencies, meet the keynote speaker Kent Stroman, "America's ASKing Coach," as well as other experts. The conference also will provide education on physical wellness for nonprofit leaders.
Chair massages will be offered and exercise demonstrations, including rock wall climbing, are scheduled. The last hour of the conference is reserved for networking.
Registration fee is $150 and accepted until the day of TVI. Fee includes breakfast and lunch. Discounted group rates are also available. To register, visit the Center for Nonprofits' website at www.cnpchatt.org/TVI or call 423.752.0329.
For more information, call Laura McCann at 423.752.0351 or email her at LauraMcCann@cnpchatt.org.