Atlanta, Georgia (PRWEB) December 14, 2009
The Georgia Center for Nonprofits (GCN) - Georgia's only all in one resource that works to serve, strengthen and support Georgia's nonprofit community, announced today that it will collaborate with NTEN, a national organization whose mission is to help all nonprofits skillfully and confidently use technology to meet community needs and fulfill their nonprofit missions.
This collaboration will include the blending of two well known annual conferences into one in an effort to maximize the effectiveness of both. GCN's Nonprofit Summit and The Nonprofit Technology conference will bring together an outstanding group of nonprofit leaders and innovators from across the country, all looking to learn and develop themselves and their organizations to create more social good in the world. This unique event will allow people to come together to provide an unparalleled meeting ground for drawing on the expertise and commitment of the nonprofit community.
This is an incredible opportunity for professional development of all kinds - over 90+ workshops, opportunities for networking, exhibitors, inspiring keynote speakers, awards luncheon, service projects, social events and much more.
The Georgia Nonprofit Summit and the Nonprofit Technology Conference will be held at the Omni Hotel and the CNN Center in Atlanta, Georgia from April 8 - 10, 2010. Registration is now open and the early bird pricing is available until January 15, 2010. This event did completely sell out in 2009.
More information on the conference program and registration can be found at: http://www.gcn.org
About the Georgia Center for Nonprofits
An all-in-one resource for and about Georgia's nonprofit sector, the Georgia Center for Nonprofits works to serve, strengthen and support nonprofit, charitable organizations statewide. The Center provides nonprofits with the resources and tools they need to be most effective; promotes partnerships between nonprofits and foundations, businesses and government to meet critical needs; and helps state and local policy-makers and the public, understand and support the work of nonprofits. More information is available online at http://www.gcn.org.
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