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Town hall meetings to be held by Kentucky Nonprofit Network

Town hall meetings to be held by Kentucky Nonprofit Network

Town hall meetings to be held by Kentucky Nonprofit Network

Published on Mar. 31, 2011

The Kentucky Nonprofit Network will hold a series of town hall meetings to gain feedback on its new program, “Principles and Practices for Nonprofit Excellence in Kentucky.” At the meetings, nonprofit leaders can learn more about the program including how to use the program’s tools to keep an organization healthy and stable, improve effectiveness, and provide transparency and accountability to donors.

The program is designed to strengthen the capacity of nonprofit organizations by promoting the implementation of best practices for transparent and effective management. 

“These town hall meetings will provide a forum for nonprofits in different regions of Kentucky to learn more about how the ‘Principles and Practices’ program can be used to strengthen their organizations. We look forward to hearing from these community partners about how they plan to use the program and providing them with a valuable networking opportunity,” said Danielle Clore, director of the Kentucky Nonprofit Network, also known as the University of Kentucky Nonprofit Leadership Initiative.

Nonprofit leaders are encouraged to attend the town hall meetings and can visit for times and registration information. Participation is free, but advance registration is required.

Meetings are as follows:


  • April 5, Morehead (hosted in partnership with MSU’s Center for Regional Engagement)
  • April 19, Owensboro
  • April 19, Bowling Green (hosted in partnership with the National Corvette Museum)
  • May 11, London
  • May 18, Hazard (hosted in partnership with the Community Foundation of Hazard & Perry County)
  • May 19, Lexington
  • May 19, Louisville (hosted in partnership with the Center for Nonprofit Excellence)



In 2010 the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services awarded $46 million to grantees through the Strengthening Communities Fund, which was created by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act. The Kentucky Nonprofit Network, one of the 84 grantees, uses these funds to support nonprofit organizations in addressing broad economic recovery issues present in their communities. “Principles and Practices for Nonprofit Excellence in Kentucky” is one of the programs developed with these grant funds. 

The Kentucky Nonprofit Network is the statewide association of nonprofits and is housed at the University of Kentucky College of Agriculture, Department of Community and Leadership Development.

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