Nonprofit Policy Briefings bring together nonprofit leaders (and sometimes elected officials) from around North Carolina for updates and discussions on the state of NC's nonprofit sector and the key policy issues affecting nonprofits.
Nonprofit Policy Briefing will return Spring 2022.
2021 Nonprofit Policy Briefings
Learn about the ways that the latest federal and state COVID relief plans can help your nonprofit and the community you serve. We will also provide an overview of potential policy solutions that could help nonprofits during the 2021 session of the NC General Assembly. Registration is now closed.
A bipartisan panel of state legislators will discuss state policy priorities in 2021 and give a preview of the process for developing the state budget. The panel will also share tips on effective ways for nonprofits to advocate for their missions and insights on opportunities for nonprofits to engage with elected officials during the pandemic. We will have a moderated Q&A session to allow participants a chance to get input from the legislative panelists.
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. 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 two young(ish) children.