This is a unique opportunity to meet one-on-one with funders, participate in professional development opportunities and network with other community leaders in the region. The Northwest region is comprised of Grand, Jackson, Moffat, Rio Blanco, and Routt counties.

We are working to recruit members of our local RPD Steering Committee who will work together to shape the event which is expected to bring together over 40 statewide grantmakers and over 200 regional community and nonprofit leaders in the region. The Steering Committee of around 20 local leaders will serve alongside statewide funders and CRC to plan the conference.

If you live or work in Grand, Jackson, Moffat, Rio Blanco, or Routt counties and would like more information about the 2022 conference and regional Steering Committee, please contact Nellie Stagg at email hidden; JavaScript is required.

Benefits to joining the Northwest Rural Philanthropy Days Steering Committee

  • Expanding your professional network
  • Enhancing and informing regional opportunities
  • Developing leadership skills
  • Access to professional development opportunities

The Northwest RPD Steering Committee (SC) will provide leadership, county representation, resource development, and financial management for the 2022 conference.

We are seeking to build a diverse committee with members across sectors, organizations, counties, identities and experiences.

Serving as a Steering Committee member has many personal and professional benefits, and we hope you will formalize your participation by filling out this form. We look forward to working with you!

Questions or concerns? Please contact Nellie Stagg at email hidden; JavaScript is required.

RPD brings together over 200 nonprofit professionals, grantmakers, community leaders, distinguished speakers, and elected officials to exchange knowledge and expand professional networks at the Heart of Colorado conference. The conference comes to the Northwest every four years, and local organizations come from Grand, Jackson, Moffat, Rio Blanco,
and Routt counties.

RPD conference activities are collaboratively coordinated by a regional steering committee comprised of rural nonprofit, government, and business leaders, Community Resource Center, and local foundation staff.

Previous Trainings & Events

High Impact Communications

This workshop covered outward-facing and social media communication strategies for non-profits. This workshop will be helpful whether you have one hour or 10 hours a week dedicated to communications.

Check out what we did during the Northwest 2017 RPD below!

For more information, please contact:

Nellie Stagg, Senior Program Director
303.623.1540 X170 or email hidden; JavaScript is required