SPOKANE: Strategic Planning in Nonprofits

A workshop designed to give your board and staff the tools and confidence they need to develop a strong plan that guides your organization towards achieving its mission

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When you start out on a trip, you know your destination. You have maps and routes picked out and a trip itinerary. Do you know where your nonprofit is going? Do you know if you have enough fuel to get there? Will you know when you have arrived?

Strategic planning is all about aligning your people, partnerships, and resources around a plan to achieve your mission. It invites conversation and prioritization on ways to make a difference while ensuring the health and sustainability of your organization. Strategic Planning in Nonprofits (SPiN), created by Washington Nonprofits, was designed to make strategic planning accessible and manageable for you, your board, and your staff. 

This workshop is designed to set you up for planning success. You will:spin-logo-for-web[6]

  • learn how to work through the six stages of the strategic planning process.,
  • be able to assess the current state of your organization,
  • know how to improve your mission statement,
  • be able to name one strategic priority for your organization,
  • have an action plan of at least two next steps to take towards developing a strategic plan, and
  • have the resources, worksheets, and processes to help you get there!


As an added perk, attending the workshop qualifies you for an additional consultation with a nonprofit planning professional to support planning efforts back at your organization.

Why attend? A strategic plan is key to good decision-making, communication, and fundraising. The right tools will move your board to action so that you can better achieve your mission.

Who should attend? Board members, executive directors, and other nonprofit staff working with boards

About the Presenter

Terri KrohnTerri Krohn, Terri Krohn Consulting

Terri brings over 30 years of business and marketing experience to her consulting practice. She has worked for billion dollar corporations and small businesses. She co-founded a retail services startup company with ten service locations. Having been both an employee and an employer, she understands the business challenges companies face, particularly in challenging times.
Whether it is developing a strategic business plan or delving into the development of cohesive and consistent customer communications, Terri loves the challenge of helping her clients improve their business and marketing performance through the development of clear and effective strategies and plans.


  • When

  • Thursday, March 15, 2018
    11:30 AM - 5:00 PM
    Pacific Time

  • Where

  • Northeast Community Center
    4001 North Cook Street
    Spokane, WA 99207

Thank You to Our Partner

Presented with the support of the Satterberg Foundation.


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