To create a networking education
environment to exchange information and to heighten awareness of nonprofit
organizations in the community.
Organized in 1992, the Association of
Nonprofit Executives (ANPE), is an informal organization where members can
network and promote member organizations and services.
Meetings are held the first week of the month on Tuesday, Wednesday, or
Thursday, and cover a wide variety of topics, including grant applications,
working with foundations, nonprofit postal regulations, financial reporting
requirements, direct mail, taxes, IRS guidelines, fundraising, board
development, and much more.
- Provide a forum where executives can
obtain information related to grants, tax tips, planned giving,
legislation, fundraising, marketing strategies, etc.
- Develop a network whereby executives can
quickly contact one another about various topics related to nonprofit
- Promote an open exchange of information
between executives of various nonprofit organizations.
- Provide a place where in-service
programs can be presented to meet the varied needs of the membership.
- Gain in-depth knowledge of other
nonprofit organizations, their missions, fund-raising activities, staff,
- Promote the leadership abilities of the
executives of the Association.
provided me with easy access to my nonprofit peers. Nonprofit
executives all wrestle with the same issues such as money, volunteers,
staff, events and boards of directors. It is great when one can
confidently turn to a peer for advice, input, or wisdom. ANPE is
an excellent way to meet other nonprofit execs in a casual,
noncompetitive and mutually helpful venue."
|| - John Chapo,
Folsom Children's Zoo & Botanical Gardens
member of ANPE has provided me with an opportunity to meet and visit
with hundreds of people serving nonprofit organizations in the Lincoln
area while attending meetings at interesting venues throughout the city.
It is a wonderful resource for anyone who wants to learn more about our
|| - Dean Haist,
Association of Nonprofit Executives provides an avenue for directors of
nonprofit organizations to learn to know one another, share information
and ideas, and to value the contributions of nonprofit agencies."
|| - Marilyn Gorham,
Lincoln Children's Museum