"When I started at SCARF in 2008, I had not previously been a part of any nonprofit organization. I was made aware of the seminars offered by the Nonprofit Chamber of Service and took advantage of every one that I could. The knowledge gained from these events, along with the networking opportunities provided, were invaluable to my ability to lead my organization."
"I greatly appreciate the quality of the trainings, conferences and other special events that are made available by the Nonprofit Chamber of Service each year, however the greatest value for me is being part of a regional nonprofit network. The relationships I have gained as a member of this association have helped connect me to a diverse community of mission-driven organizations that I may have otherwise been unaware of, and most certainly would not have had a connection with."
"Families Together has been a member of the Nonprofit Chamber since its inception. We have retained our membership because it gives our staff the opportunity to network with other non-profits and provides excellent training."
"As a new and young Executive Director the Nonprofit Chamber of Service was a great asset to me. Within my first few months of being an ED of a local office of a national nonprofit, I utilized the ED Survival Series. I gained a lot of knowledge and support from these meetings and I grew my network both professionally and personally. The NPCS staff was always there to answer a quick question and be a sounding board for me. The other EDs that attend are always there to listen and share advice."
"Envision is a proud partner of the Nonprofit Chamber of Service and champion their mission of providing support, resources and opportunities to grow other nonprofits throughout the state of Kansas. I would encourage all nonprofits to get involved and take advantage of all the time-saving resources the NPCS provides. Why reinvent the wheel if you don’t have to?"
"The Nonprofit Chamber was a tremendous support and resource when I moved into my position of Executive Director. As an organization we were growing and evolving and it was wonderful to have so many opportunities available to assist us along the way. There are sessions specifically for nonprofit leaders, board members, leadership teams and those wanting to move up within organizations. The networking opportunities were wonderful to not only build a support network, but also unique collaborations. Whether you are new to the nonprofit world or have extensive experiences there is much the Nonprofit Chamber can offer. The organization is always looking to evolve to meet the changing needs of its members which is greatly appreciated."
"The Nonprofit Chamber of Service is an excellent resource for the Wichita area to help your non-profit grow and thrive going forward. As an organizational member for years, the Kansas Leadership Center is proud to support the work and mission of the Chamber."
"During my short tenure, I have found the Nonprofit Chamber to be an integral part of my indoctrination to the nonprofit landscape in Wichita. The network of nonprofit leaders and professionals, the training opportunities and the available resources have made for an easier transition and afforded me opportunities to connect and learn about the breadth of nonprofit work happening in Wichita and the surrounding areas. The NPCS is a resource of possibilities that every area nonprofit should experience."
"The Public Policy and Management Center are members of the Nonprofit Chamber of Service because we share a mission to provide public service across Kansas, but also because we value the connections and networking with nonprofits. We want to connect to the knowledge and resources shared among members."
"I grew up in a family that valued volunteerism, so from an early age I was exposed to helping others. Serving on the Nonprofit Chamber Board helps me give back to the community I live in. It is a way to support nonprofit organizations that come along side of those that are struggling. I truly believe in the work that nonprofits do and the impact they have in the communities they serve."