Saturday, April 27, 2019 from 1:00 PM to 4:30 PM PST
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Washington Federal Conference Center
Klamath Lake Room
5215 S 6th St
Klamath Falls, OR 97603

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Emily Loveall
Center for Nonprofit Stewardship 

Nonprofit Learning Series: Klamath Falls Workshop 

Join CNS for a Nonprofit Learning Series workshop in Klamath Falls 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.

Workshop Topics:

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

In this session, Andi Kemp of Upward Development will offer proven strategies to get your board involved with fundraising. Learn the most common myths about asking for money and how to conquer barriers to becoming a successful fundraiser. The group will discuss creative ways directors can use their strengths and skills to financially support nonprofits. Time for Q&A.

About the Presenters:

Andi Kemp has 15 years of experience serving nonprofits as a staff member, director and consultant, having written 250 grants and raised $22.5 million to support programs and capacity-building.  Andi has completed nearly 30 assessments and strategic plans and delivered workshops reaching 700 people. Currently, Andi serves as a consultant for Oregon Law’s Nonprofit Clinic, helping graduate students learn the art of governance assessment.

Jess Hampton joined CNS after working for nearly a decade in community and organizational development. Her work has taken her all over Oregon and Washington, delivering leadership and organizational training to community groups, nonprofits and government agencies. Her commitment to the field of nonprofit work is driven by a dedication to service and collaboration. She has an undergraduate degree in Political Science and a graduate degree in Nonprofit Management from University of Oregon.