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Call for Sessions -- Nonprofit Congress

December 13, 2007

NcnabuttonOur good friend Audrey Alvarado, executive director of the National Council of Nonprofit Associations (and an FC board member), asked PhilanTopic to spread the word about the 2008 Nonprofit Congress National Meeting, to be held June 1-4 in Washington, D.C. The conference is designed for all those involved in or who care about the future role of the nonprofit sector and this year will focus on nonprofit organizational effectiveness, advocacy and grassroots community activities, and public awareness of and support for the sector.

You can help make the 2008 conference the best one yet by submitting an idea for a session and passing along the call for sessions to colleagues who would make great presenters and panel facilitators. But you need to hurry -- all session proposals are due by January 15, 2008. And don't forget to register before February 18 to receive the "early bird" discount rate.

-- Mitch Nauffts

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