The Madison Nonprofit Day Conference is a single-day skills-building and networking conference designed to foster connections between and accelerate the progress of nonprofit professionals, social entrepreneurs, civic and philanthropic leaders, and local government leaders. We connect changemakers in an exhilarating, inspiring, and exhausting day of keynotes, workshops, panels, presentations, and activities that provides opportunities to gain skills, share experiences and expertise, network, and forge future bonds.
Dane County Circuit Court,
Pastor at Christ the Solid Rock Baptist Church
Everett Mitchell is the leader we need. An advocate for advancing civil rights, social justice, and building community, Everett was awarded the Charles Hamilton Houston Institute's Difference Maker Award. A champion for the constitution and the protections of the rights it affords all of us, Everett serves as Dane County Circuit Court Judge. A man of faith, Reverend Mitchell’s drive to serve God above all is demonstrated by his lack of denominational boundaries.Learn More
It was such a valuable experience, I can't wait until next year!!
I always leave feeling so inspired! The caliber of the content at the sessions I attended is wonderful.
Thank You. My daughter and I enjoyed the day very much. I had my interest and she had hers, so both of us were delighted with the entire staff and presentation. The location was absolutely refreshing. The openness of the eating and meeting area allowed us to talk with people that I had never met before.
Each year, a small group of volunteers design, create, will into existence, this singular event that supports and provides sustenance to Madison's social sector— nonprofit professionals, volunteers, social entrepreneurs, philanthropist, community advocates, and change makers.
They help create a day-long conference that provides professional skills-building, networking, and a host of other opportunities to over 600 participants. They bring joy, while helping to revitalize and replenish those in-service to their communities.