SONOMA SPEAKER SERIES

SONOMA SPEAKER SERIES

Hanna Boys Center Auditorium (map)

In conversation with, Sonoma, CA. This event is sold out.

The Sonoma Speakers Series fosters civic engagement and community education by providing a platform for interesting people to talk about interesting topics that inspire us, challenge us and concern us. We feature interviews with national and local players in the worlds of politics, art, celebrity, sports, science, inspiration and more, in an intimate setting that seats approximately 350 people. A smaller venue provides opportunity for audience questions, which furthers the goal of offering community education. Of course, our goal is also to provide a thought-provoking evening in a lovely setting featuring some of our wonderful Sonoma Valley food and wines.

You can visit the Sonoma Speaker Series website here.

AFP GOLDEN HORSESHOE CHAPTER

AFP GOLDEN HORSESHOE CHAPTER

Ron Joyce Centre (map)

Annual Education Event, Burlington, ON. By Video. This event is open to the public. Please check back for ticket information. 

The AFP Golden Horseshoe Chapter was established in 2006 and has steadily grown to over 200 members strong. Our members are fundraising professionals in the Golden Horseshoe of Ontario, which includes Burlington, Hamilton, Guelph, Kitchener-Waterloo, London, Niagara Falls, and all points in between. Our mission is to provide our members with opportunities to advance philanthropy through education, interaction, dialogue, and sharing. We are a proud member of AFP International, which represents more than 35,000 fundraising professionals in 235 chapters throughout the world, working to advance philanthropy through advocacy, research, education, and certification programs.

You can visit the AFP Golden Horseshoe Chapter's website here.  

THE IMPACT FOUNDRY

THE IMPACT FOUNDRY

McClellan Conference Center (map)

What If Conference, McClellan Park, CA. This event is open to the public. Please click here for ticket information. Please. note that Dan's talk time at this event is TBC. 

The Impact Foundry has been providing comprehensive services and support to nonprofit organizations in the Sacramento region since 1989. Offering comprehensive resources, from a professionally-staffed library, access to a grant funder database, from fundraising workshops to management networking, the Impact Foundry enables new and existing nonprofits to improve management, operations, fund development, marketing & public relations, board development and more.

You can visit the Impact Foundry's website here

 

CHATHAM-KENT NONPROFIT NETWORK

CHATHAM-KENT NONPROFIT NETWORK

The Bradley Convention Centre (map)

Strengthening our Roots, 5th Annual CKNN Conference, Chatham, Ontario. This event is open to the public. Please click here for ticket information. Please note that Dan’s talk time at this conference is TBD.

The Chatham-Kent Nonprofit Network (CKNN) will work together with the nonprofit sector of Chatham-Kent to be a voice to the hundreds of nonprofit organizations who strive daily to improve the quality of life of Chatham-Kent residents. By identifying data and resource needs both within and outside of the sector, the CKNN will be able to inform the community of the work of local nonprofits and strengthen their capacity to serve.

You can visit the Chatham-Kent Nonprofit website here.

HARVARD KENNEDY SCHOOL EXPONENTIAL FUNDRAISING COURSE

HARVARD KENNEDY SCHOOL EXPONENTIAL FUNDRAISING COURSE

John F. Kennedy School of Governemnt (map)

Harvard University Exponential Fundraising Course, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Cambridge, MA.  By Video. This is a private event and is not open to the general public.

Jennifer McCrea says that, "It’s time to look at fundraising through a new lens. A Course in Exponential Fundraising redefines fundraising as something that is not only mission critical, but also a powerful vehicle that can fundamentally transform organizations and the people who are involved with them. "

Designed for a select group of nonprofit leaders - from CEOs and chief development officers to board chairmen and directors - this executive program recasts fundraising as a dynamic relationship between organizations and their philanthropic partners that is designed from the start to be co-creative and generative. The curriculum offers new tactics for developing a collaborative, partnership-based approach to fundraising and philanthropy—a strategy that is transformational for nonprofit leaders, their partners, and their entire organizations.

You can visit the course website here