We are pleased to announce that the Nonprofit Finance & Grants Summit has acquired the Washington Nonprofit Legal and Tax Conference from Webster Chamberlain & Bean LLP. These two conferences have merged to become the Nonprofit Legal, Finance, and Grants Conference, delivering more in-depth and diversified content to the nonprofit community than ever before.
The second annual combined conference takes place in-person March 17th-18th, in Washington, DC and will feature general sessions as well as defined tracks covering Nonprofit Legal Issues, Finance and Tax Guidance, and Federal Grants Compliance. Attendees can follow one specific track or move between them to create a diversified educational experience. Register before February 18th to lock in our early bird rates!
Attendees are eligible to earn up to 8.5 CLE Credits, 12 CAE Credits, 10.8 CPE Credits, & 9 GPCI Credits.
*CPE and CAE credits are subject to change*
*CLE credits are subject to change and vary by state*
This conference is essential in keeping you and your team up to date on legal, financial, and grants issues and changes impacting the nonprofit community.
With your registration, you will receive:
✓ Two days of in-depth training taught by recognized experts including sessions on:
– Legal and Accounting Ethics – Trademark & Copyright
– Employment Law – Preventing & Detecting Fraud in your Association
– The Finance Function in a Post COVID World – Active vs. Passive Investing
– Understanding Internal Controls – Procurement Standards
✓ Opportunity to follow one of our three specialized training tracks; legal, finance, or grants compliance, or build out a diverse training experience across all three topic areas
✓ Interact with peers and ask speakers your specific questions
✓ Valuable Continuing Education Credits: Earn up to 12 CAE Credits, 10.8 CPE Credits, 9 GPCI Credits, and 8.5 CLE Credits
The conference is designed especially for CFO’s, CEO’s, directors, comptrollers, counsel and accountants of nonprofit organizations. Nonprofit sectors in attendance include foundations, associations, philanthropic, government, cultural, religious, health, educational, social welfare, civic and fraternal organizations. Attorneys, accountants and others who provide critical services to these sectors are all present in force as well.
Three specialized tracks providing comprehensive training:
LEGAL FOCUSED TRACK
This track is dedicated to educating those in the nonprofit world responsible for all legal aspects as they pertain to exempt organizations. As legal and legislative issues affecting nonprofit are under heavy examination, on all fronts, you owe it to yourself and your clients to keep abreast of current nonprofit laws. Sessions will identify important topics in legal areas and empower participants to recognize issues and explain how to resolve them.
FINANCE FOCUSED TRACK
With nonprofit organizations, there’s no margin for error when it comes to financial processes, budgeting, tax compliance, or strategic planning. Finance professionals must be in the know about new regulations and industry best practices, or else risk fraud, embezzlement, legal prosecution or fines, loss of your tax-exempt status, declining membership, or even bankruptcy.
GRANTS FOCUSED TRACK:
With the advent of Uniform Grant Guidance, everything from the way you apply for grants to how you manage your funding has changed. It’s imperative that your entire nonprofit is not only up-to-date on the latest grants rules and regulations, but also that each person knows the steps to take to protect your funding.
Join us in-person, March 17-18th in Washington, DC to learn from powerhouse sessions focused on nonprofit challenges delivered by knowledgeable compliance experts in legal, finance and grants compliance. You’ll walk away from this conference with clear guidance centered around hot topics including complexities of the pandemic, the surge in funding into the nonprofit industry and evolving compliance issues. Register by September 1st to take advantage of early-bird rates.
“The Nonprofit Finance Summit provided a variety of critical information relevant to the nonprofit environment. From the staff accountant to key management, there were vital resources available for all levels of the organization.“ – 2018 Nonprofit Finance Summit Attendee
“The Federal Grants Forum was a very good and informative training. It’s helpful to hear the presentation from speakers who are very knowledgeable. I like their style of presentation (calm, pleasant to listen to). They provided an environment conducive to learning.” –2019 Grants Forum Attendee
Cancellation Policy: If you are not able to attend for any reason, please notify us as soon as possible. Conference cancellations received 10 business days prior to the event are fully refundable. All other cancellations are non-refundable.
No shows will be subject to a $100 fee.