On April 12, 2021, we’ll celebrate 32 years of leadership development and capacity building for Oregon nonprofit leaders and organizations
Please join us for an immersive day of education, information and networking. The Oregon Nonprofit Leaders Conference brings together nearly 400 nonprofit leaders for sessions on current, relevant and inspiring topics facing nonprofits today. The conference also provides a forum for nonprofit representatives to meet face to face with funders from across our region.
Save the Date – ONLC is going virtual on Monday, April 12, 2021!
The 2021 Oregon Nonprofit Leaders Conference, scheduled for Monday, April 12, will be offered virtually, and will include inspiring keynotes from nationally and regionally respected speakers as well as breakout sessions focused on more specific, locally relevant topics.
The Steering Committee is learning from other organizations who’ve delivered virtual conferences recently. We’re remaining nimble as we develop a detailed conference plan that reflects our commitment to equity, diversity, and addressing timely concerns. We’ll continue to update our website and social media news feed as we finalize details.
“This was the best conference of the 6 or more that I have attended! Always new material along with the tried and true guidelines for management and fundraising. I only wish that I could have attended all of the workshops. Thank you all for your hard work and focus to bring about such a rich two-days! It was an honor to be there. ONLC contributes a huge resource consciousness to the vibrancy and well-being of our Southern Oregon Communities!”
“This is the best conference for nonprofits – I keep coming back because there is always more to learn and having so many heavy-hitters in one place is an excellent opportunity to network and strengthen our nonprofit both internally and externally.”
“I found the sessions to be much more informative, interesting and engaging than many of the conferences I go to. Topics were presented in accessible and emotional ways through a lot of story which I found to be extremely helpful and inspiring.”