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RMPI 2019 - September 12-13
Making Connections

Vu Le - 2019 RMPI Keynote Speaker

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Hold on to your hats! Vu Le of Nonprofit AF is headlining AFP Colorado’s Rocky Mountain Philanthropy Institute in September in Breckenridge. You know RMPI is always good for solid educational sessions and quality time with your fundraising peers from across the state. This year it’ll be all that and more. Vu will bring his trademark sense of humor, a fresh take on the world of fundraising, and a healthy dose of irreverence to the proceedings. Mark your calendars for September 12-13, 2019. And check out Vu’s blogs and bio.

You can make your room reservation online at Beaver Run at conference rates until August 13. Or call 800-525-2253 and mention RMPI.
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What a fabulous conference!  Our chapter just wrapped up another successful Rocky Mountain Philanthropy Institute Conference in Breckenridge. This year's theme - Treasure Hunt, Uncharted Territory - gave fundraisers the tools needed to navigate new and changing tides in the world of philanthropy.  

We are grateful to have so many talented and sought-after professionals share their expertise with us as breakout session presenters. Thank you to Kishshana Palmer and Reggie Rivers for taking our general sessions to new depths.  We are grateful to the many sponsors who were part of this journey, and a special thanks to our committee for all the hard work they put in to make this a fantastic event.  


Comments from 2018 Attendees on their favorite part of RMPI:

I like the size and the intimacy of it. It was great to have the opportunity to really get to know people in a way that you can't at larger conferences.

The chance to network with others in the region!

I like that it's small and I have lots of time to connect with my fellow fundraising colleagues.

The best part is the networking, feeling of being part of a bigger community.

I loved the location and the fact that you had sessions broken out be skill level - that is such an easy way to make the conference more impactful for more people.

Extremely well-organized, topics were relevant - at least for me, well-attended, board members were accessible and friendly, I thoroughly enjoyed it and learned a lot.

I think it has the power to influence organizational change and presents lots of great information sessions and networking opportunities

Great break-out sessions, wish I could go to more!


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Chapter President Tami Vinson, Keynote Speaker Kishshana Palmer, and President-Elect Jerry Sinning
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