Tuesday, May 01, 2007

NonprofitCenters Network Collaborates For Space

SAN FRANCISCO - The NonprofitCenters Network will host a national conference, Collaborating for Success National Conference: Creating and Operating Multi-Tenant Nonprofit Centers on May 16-17 at the Fort Mason Center in San Francisco, California. The conference is a bi-annual event that engages nonprofits, foundations, real estate and financial professionals who are creating stable, affordable, mission-enhancing work environments.

The three day conference will focus on:
•  The nuts and bolts of creating and managing multi-tenant nonprofit centers, including the design and development process and on-going operations
• Effective, efficient shared services
• Financing using both commercial and nonprofit methods
• Cross-sector partnerships
• Environmental design in nonprofit facilities

Speakers consist of 70 experts in real estate development, financing and management, and nonprofit leaders developing and operating centers throughout the nation. They include: Steven Oliver, renowned building contractor, art collector and Chair of the Board of SFMOMA; Diane Ford of the Sobrato Family Foundation; Marsha Maytum of Leddy Maytum Stacy Architects; Dirk ten Grotenhuis of Stone & Youngberg, LLP; Jeanne Bell of CompassPoint Nonprofit Services; Marjorie Torres of Concrete Stories.

The NonprofitCenters Network provides nonprofit organizations with the information and tools they need to successfully complete multi-tenant facilities projects. The network is building a cross-sector network of nonprofits and their philanthropic, government and real estate partners. NCN supports the creation of nonprofit centers through peer networking, public education, an online resource center, and national conferences attracting hundreds of participants.

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