After receiving positive feedback from its inaugural Nonprofit Summit in 2022, the Coweta Community Foundation will host its second annual Nonprofit Summit on Feb. 2-3, at the Sharpsburg Campus of Crossroads Church.
Keynote speakers will include author, historian, and nonprofit founder, Carolyn Curry, wife of two-time Super Bowl champion and college football coach, Bill Curry; Lori Shapiro, employment counsel, Pro Bono Partnership of Atlanta; Brad Down, vice president and general manager of Cargill; and Newnan philanthropist, Steve Swope.
Moderator for the event will be Clay Neely, co-publisher and managing editor of The Newnan Times-Herald.
The Nonprofit Summit is designed to offer nonprofits everything they need to better serve their organization and the community. In addition to the presentations from the keynote speakers, the conference will offer 25 high-impact sessions with speakers from across the nonprofit space.
The valuable, actionable content is designed to help “move the needle” for a nonprofit’s impact and fundraising needs. Topics covered will include fundraising, grant writing, publicity and marketing, branding, leadership, and accounting.
Attendees will be joined by more than 100 nonprofit professionals from some of the largest, most impactful, and fastest-growing nonprofit organizations in the area.
The theme of this year’s summit is “Intention-Impact,” a theme chosen because the Foundation believes that “nonprofits’ intentions must focus on measuring impactful outcomes.”
“We decided to celebrate our 25th anniversary last year by encouraging collaboration among community organizations and agencies, and the event was so well-received that we quickly realized that this needed to be an ongoing event,” said CCF Executive Director Kristin Webb “We got some excellent feedback from last year’s summit, and we’ve used that to
make this year’s summit even better.”
One-day, two-day, and group tickets are available. More information about the speakers and offerings at this year’s summit are available at cowetafoundation.org/nonprofit-summit/. For more information, please visit cowetafoundation.org.