SC's Nonprofit Summit is brought to you by Together SC | MARCH 5 - 7, 2018 | HILTON HEAD

Why Attend?

Get your learn on and treat yourself at the 2018 SC Nonprofit Summit!

Join us next March for the 2018 SC Nonprofit Summit at the beautiful Westin Resort and Spa in Hilton Head. It’s the perfect location to relax, rejuvenate and renew your commitment to good. After all, you work tirelessly throughout the year.

Take this time to reconnect with friends, reinvigorate your mind with best practices for nonprofits and be a part of a critical conversation on the importance of community and unity – all while enjoying a breath-taking view.

Need help convincing your boss? We’ve got your back.

  • It’s affordable. Seriously. It is probably one of the most affordable conferences around, given the level of talent that will be there, the number of speakers and events, and the fact that it is at a resort. Including registration ($275 for members), your room ($155/night including tax and fees), and any additional costs like gas, meals, etc. it adds up to less than $1000 for the whole three days! Pretty amazing, right?

  • Networking, networking, networking. Oh, and also, networking. Hundreds of nonprofit leaders will be at the Summit, which gives you the perfect opportunity to meet new people, make important connections and learn best practices from respected thought leaders in our nonprofit sector. Even if you spend half a day napping on the beach, that still leaves you with two and a half days to take advantage of countless networking opportunities. So, worth it.

  • Did we mention it’s at a resort? We aren’t joking when we say this one of the best resorts in Hilton Head. Spacious rooms, gorgeous ocean views and plenty of spa music to help you get your full eight hours and then some, the Summit is the definition of business leisure. Oh, and attendees will receive a 10 percent discount on the resort’s spa services. Just sayin’.

  • You’ll help support economic development. After getting hit by Hurricane Matthew in 2016 and Hurricane Irma in 2017, coastal Carolina tourism took a major hit. Parts of the coast suffered flooding, beach erosion and significant infrastructure and property damage. By attending the 2018 Summit, you’ll be helping the coastal economy bounce back in the best way possible.