Nonprofit Policy Briefings

Nonprofit Public Policy BriefingsNonprofit Policy Briefings bring together nonprofit leaders from around North Carolina for updates and discussions on the state of NC's nonprofit sector and the key policy issues affecting nonprofits. David Heinen, Vice President for Public Policy and Advocacy at the North Carolina Center for Nonprofits will offer an update on trends in the nonprofit sector as the COVID-19 pandemic enters its third year and information about state and federal policy issues affecting nonprofits in 2022.

We are offering regionally-focused briefings to allow you to connect and collaborate with those in your own neighborhoods about local issues, as well as topically-focused briefings so you can dive deeper into specific issues that affect your organization the most.

All Nonprofit Policy Briefings were held virtually over Zoom.

Region/Topic Date Time Partner
Statewide March 24 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM  
Western NC March 30 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM WNC Nonprofit Pathways
Everything Your Nonprofit Needs to Know about the 2022 Election April 1 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM  
Triad April 7 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM Guilford Nonprofit Consortium and HandsOn Northwest NC
Budgets Matter: Trends & Opportunities to Align Public Budgets with People's Priorities May 2 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM NC Budget & Tax Center
Charlotte May 6 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM Foundation For The Carolinas

 

Registration is now closed.

 

Pay-What-You-Can Pricing

$35 - I'm paying it forward.

$25 - I'll meet you halfway.

$15 - I get by with a little help from my friends.

About the Speaker

David Heinen has been with the North Carolina Center for Nonprofits since 2007, leading the Center’s public policy and advocacy work and providing non-answers (and occasional useful information) about legal compliance, trends in the nonprofit sector, and advocacy to hundreds of nonprofits. He has served on boards of a variety of local and national nonprofits. David is a graduate of Duke University and the William and Mary School of Law. Before returning to North Carolina to work for the Center, David spent seven years as an attorney with a Washington, D.C. law firm serving the nonprofit community. He lives in Raleigh with his wife and three children, the oldest of whom describes her dad as “weathered.”