2020 CONFERENCE FOR NEIGHBORHOODS
We have decided to postpone C4N Nashville. While not an easy thing to do, it is the right thing to do.
The devastation caused by the recent tornados has cut a swath through our county that impacts many of our neighborhoods. Many more residents and neighborhood organizations are reaching across their boundaries to help those directly affected.
Furthermore, there is rising anxiety about the coronavirus. Several Nashville events have already been cancelled. We want our faculty, attendees, and exhibitors to feel safe.
c4n Nashville is a one-day training and networking opportunity for anybody
who wants to make a positive difference in their neighborhood
Who Should Attend?
Anybody Who Wants to Make a Positive Difference in Their Neighborhood
Officers and Members of Neighborhood Organizations
Neighborhood Associations, Crime Watch Programs, Homeowners Associations (HOAs), Resident and Condo Associations, Coalitions of Neighborhoods
People Who Are Trying to Make a Difference on Their Own
Homeowners, Renters, and Landlords
Government Officials and Candidates Who Care About Neighborhoods
Other Neighborhood Stakeholders
Business Owners, Nonprofit Leaders, Clergy and Other Relgious Leaders, Adacemics, Realtors, and Others
What Should I Expect?
Join over 250 people who want to make a positive difference in their neighborhood.
We say this is a light morning snack, but no one ever goes away hungry (unless you arrive late). We'll have breads and pastries, fruit, juice, coffee, and tea.
Exhibit Hall (8 am - 9:45 am ONLY)
A Great Resource for Your Neighborhood: Meet representatives from Metro Government Agencies and Nonprofit Organizations Who Want to Work with You to Help Your Neighborhood Organization Succeed. Participants will be provided with a Travel Passport. Those who fill their passport will be entered into a drawing to win a gift basket (announced during the awards ceremony).
There will be three rounds of breakout sessions. Choose from over 24 workshops, presentations, panels, and facilitated discussions.
During the first round of breakout sessions, participants will have the option of attending our first C4N Competitive Showcase. Up to five (5) neighborhood organizations will compete to see who had the best event, project, or activity during the previous year. $500 will be given to the neighborhood organization that wins first place.
Luncheon | Keynote Address | Awards
We will hear from our keynote speaker as well as learn who will be the recipient of this year’s Trew Neighbor Award. This year, for the first time, we will also announce who is the winner of the Competitive Showcase.
Closing Event / Networking Opportunity
A BIG HIT last year. Participate in a little wrap-up party and visit informally with other conference participants.
We rely on your comments to help us preserve and improve C4N Nashville.