Summit 2017: The Nonprofit Balancing Act

Summit 2017
The Nonprofit Balancing Act
Hosted by the Community Foundation 
of the Texas Hill Country
 
Tuesday, September 26, 2017
The Salvation Army Kroc Center
(201 Holdsworth Drive, Kerrville)
8:00 am - 4:00 pm
$99 per person (includes lunch)
Deadline to register:  September 18th
 
Many thanks to our Summit Sponsor:
Clowns can have the tightrope!  
Leave the balance beam for the gymnasts!  
 Working in the nonprofit realm can feel like a circus...but it doesn't have to be that way.
 
The world of nonprofit work is crazy-busy and requires skilled balancing of time, resources and needs.  With the constraints of limited capacity, staying focused and effective are the keys to meeting needs.  Busy-ness does not always equal productivity, and it is crucial to recognize the difference. So, leave the circus behind and learn how to improve your nonprofit organization's focus and effectiveness at Summit!
 
Registration for Summit 2017: The Nonprofit Balancing Act is now OPEN!   The Community Foundation has a great lineup of speakers ready to offer inspiration, education and rejuvenation to area executive directors, staff, trustees and volunteers.  
 

 

Not sure if Summit is for you?  Check out what these Summit attenders have to say:

“I look forward to Summit each year as a chance to meet new people and organizations and to see old friends.  The sessions are great, always time well spent!”
- Brian Oehler, Hal & Charlie Peterson Foundation

"Summit, a Development and Non-profit Management seminar produced annually by the Community Foundation of the Texas Hill Country, is truly the best value around.  Of all the professional development workshops I’ve attended, the Summit has consistently offered the most useful and work-applicable subject matters.   The high quality of the presenters and the content of their sessions have never disappointed.   I have always walked away with new information,  creative ideas, and a fresh enthusiasm for my work fundraising for my non-profit."  
- Marty Kaderli, Admiral Nimitz Foundation, Fredericksburg

“Summit is the best educational value in town for busy nonprofit professionals:  great speakers, timely topics, convenient locations, and informal time to network with peers.  I have always walked away with realistic, practical ideas that I could use right away in our operation!”  
- Tina Woods, Dietert Center, Kerrville