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Saint Paul | Nov 14-15

 

 

 

 

MCN Annual Conference

November 14-15, 2018

Saint Paul RiverCentre

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2018 Annual Conference

Saint Paul RiverCentre | November 14-15

Choosing hope in times of disruption

Sages, activists and ancestors all tell us the value of choosing hope in our lives. Hope points us forward when we want to look back. Hope sustains and animates us through times of change.

Not a naive kind of hope. Not a blue skies kind of hope. But rather, a realistic and active kind of hope. A hope that starts with commitment and passion. A hope that starts with community engagement and activism. A hope that brings us together rather than pushing us apart. 

Join the Minnesota Council of Nonprofits for our 2018 Annual Conference. Hosted in St. Paul, this year's gathering is the perfect opportunity for professionals from every corner of Minnesota’s robust nonprofit sector to join together, celebrate the sector, learn from one another and prepare for another year. Let's choose hope, together.

 
 

LISTEN.

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Thursday Morning Keynote

Jeff Moore

 

 
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Friday Morning Keynote

Armando Camacho, PH Copeland, Tracy Fischman, Don Ness

 

 

LEARN.

 
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40+ Breakout Sessions

Expert-driven workshops on topics ranging from fundraising and financial management to human resources to equity and inclusion.

 

 
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Exhibitor Showcase

 

 

LEAD.

 
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2018 Nonprofit Mission Awards Ceremony

Wednesday, November 14

 

 

 
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Virginia McKnight Binger Unsung Hero Awards Ceremony

Thursday, November 15

 

 

 

Join us as we CHOOSE HOPE, together.

We hope you'll join one thousand of your nonprofit peers in St. Paul as we come together to explore the pressing issues facing our sector. We'll tackle questions big and small and celebrate the amazing work being done throughout the region by organizations just like yours.

Check out the full schedule of the 2018 MCN Conference. We think you'll find ample opportunities to consider ways to choose hope in times of disruption. 

 

 
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