Together SC and is the state’s largest and most comprehensive conference for nonprofit professionals. This year’s conference will be at the Hyatt Regency in downtown Greenville, March 11-13, 2019. Sessions of the conference are organized by nine tracks, based on Together SC’s Guiding Principles & Best Practices. These tracks include:
- Governance: Sessions focus on methods and strategies nonprofits use to ensure good governance practices for nonprofit leaders including strategies to recruit, orient, and engage board members that provide high-level vision, leadership and oversight.
- Strategic Direction & Partnerships: Sessions focus on methods and practices nonprofits use to strategically set organizational direction and align with community partners to increase collective community effectiveness.
- Leadership & Organizational Culture: Sessions focus on methods and strategies nonproits use to assess and strengthen organizational culture and recruitment and retention of top-quality staff and volunteers.
- Communications & Advocacy: Sessions focus on methods and strategies used by nonprofits to communicate and advocate with stakeholders, client populations, donors, leaders, etc.
- Fundraising: Sessions focus on methods and strategies used by nonprofits to improve fund development and identify new sources of funding.
- Legal Accountability & Transparency: Sessions focus on methods and strategies used by nonprofits to increase outreach and more deeply engage and partner with the communities served.
- Financial Management & Stewardship: Sessions focus on methods and strategies nonprofits use to ensure sound financial management practices including effective monitoring of sources and uses of funds.
- Operations & Planning: Sessions focus on methods and strategies nonprofits use to ensure effective organizational planning for operations areas such as technology, disaster preparedness, etc.
- Evaluation: Sessions focus on methods and strategies that nonprofits use to analyze and measure the impact and outcomes of organizational processes, programs, and strategic plans.