The only nonprofit technology event of its kind in North Carolina.
The NCTech4Good Conference brings together nonprofit professionals, businesses, and volunteers to collaborate, innovate, and explore ways to use technology to advance the mission of nonprofit organizations.
The Conference will:
Thursday will kick off with five Ignite presentations given by community members. These fast-paced, thought-provoking presentations are sure to educate and entertain.
You can choose from over 20+ content-rich concurrent sessions on a variety of topics geared to help you with your daily work. But, it doesn’t stop there! Our unconference hybrid format also allows you the opportunity to add a session to our schedule the day of the conference – giving you complete control to discuss topics that matter most to you and your organization.
At the end of day one, get ready to party! You’ll socialize with fellow attendees, rub shoulders with speakers and presenters, and get to know exhibitors at the Happy Hour Reception.
On Friday, Katie Todd, Director of Digital Strategies with the NC League of Conservation Voters, will lead our hands-on workshop, Campaign Planning & Management. You’ll work through strategies, frameworks, and best practices for creating a successful campaign. Whether your focus is on fundraising, advocacy, communications, special events, or program delivery this workshop will help you create a plan to make it happen. Designed by NTEN and offered across the country, this workshop has a proven record of success.
Register today through May 27 at just $125 per day.
NCTech4Good is the regional network for sharing knowledge about technologies that can advance the mission of nonprofit organizations. This sharing occurs during monthly meetings on the third Wednesday of the month, 6:30-8:30 p.m., and the annual conference. Join the group at the Meetup site.
NCTech4Good is supported locally by the N.C. Center for Nonprofits, Public Information Network, Inc, and our sponsors, listed on this website. We’re an NTEN: Nonprofit Technology Network Nonprofit Tech Club and a Net2Local group.