YOUTH ON COURSE

YOUTH ON COURSE

Intercontinental The Clement Monterey (map)

Annual Summit, Monterey, CA. This is a private event and is not open to the general public. 

At Youth on Course, we provide youth ages 6-18 with access to life-changing opportunities through golf. While it all starts with giving our members access to golf for $5 or less at more than 650 participating courses, it definitely doesn’t end there. We set them up for success beyond the green through our Caddie Academy, paid high school internships, and college scholarships.

You can visit the Youth on Course website here

ESSEX COUNTY COMMUNITY FOUNDATION

ESSEX COUNTY COMMUNITY FOUNDATION

Pingree School (map)

Institute of Trustees Event, Hamilton, MA. This event is open to nonprofit Executive Directors and Board members. Click here to register. 

ECCF was founded in 1999 to achieve two goals in the philanthropic/nonprofit sector of Essex County: to educate nonprofit leaders in sound business practice, and to connect those leaders with local funding to support their work. Today, Essex County Community Foundation promotes philanthropy in Essex County by managing charitable funds for donors, providing grants and services to nonprofit organizations, and engaging in community leadership initiatives.  Our ultimate goal is to improve the quality of life in the 34 towns and cities of Essex County.

You can visit the Essex County Community Foundation website here

SAINT JOHNS HEALTH CENTER FOUNDATION

SAINT JOHNS HEALTH CENTER FOUNDATION

Ojai Valley Inn (map)

2018 Chautauqua Weekends, Ojai, CA. This is a private event and not open to the general public. 

The issue of the foundation is too provide leadership and philanthropic support to Saint John’s Health Center and John Wayne Cancer Institute, that serve as catalysts for exceptional health care and research.

The Foundation is the chief financial engine contributing to state-of-the-art facilities, equipment, technology, programs and services at the Health Center as well as ground-breaking cancer research at the John Wayne Cancer Institute. Philanthropic efforts have successfully raised more than $600 million dollars, including $370 million dollars to rebuild the Health Center after the 1994 Northridge earthquake. Current and upcoming campaigns include support for Saint John’s as the Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement Center (TAVR) for Providence Southern California, a Neuroscience Institute to serve Providence Southern California and beyond, and the development of the South Campus as a Westside health and wellness destination. South Campus will include a new site for the John Wayne Cancer Institute and the Child and Family Development Center, visitor housing, and retail space.

You can visit the Saint John Health Center Website here

 

ASSOCIATION DES PROFESSIONNELS EN GESTATION PHILANTHROPIQUE (APGP)

ASSOCIATION DES PROFESSIONNELS EN GESTATION PHILANTHROPIQUE (APGP)

Venue TBC (map)

22nd Annual Conference, Montreal, QB. By Video. This event is open to the public please check back for registration information. 

Founded in 1988, the Association of Professionals in Philanthropic Management represents some 350 professional members, students and volunteers from all philanthropic sectors working in Quebec.

The APGP's mission is to ensure the development and recognition of philanthropic professionals in Quebec. It focuses on three main strategic axes to guide each of its actions: development, networking and employment.

You can visit the APGP 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. 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

AFP WEST MICHIGAN

AFP WEST MICHIGAN

JW Marriott Grand Rapids (map)

National Philanthropy Day Luncheon, Grand Rapids, MI. This event is open to the public, please check back for ticket information. 

The Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP) represents more than 30,000 members in 233 chapters throughout the world, working to advance philanthropy through advocacy, research, education and certification programs.  The Association fosters development and growth of fundraising professionals and promotes high ethical standards in the fundraising profession.  - read more about AFP
AFP West Michigan is more than 240 members strong! The chapter area is comprised of the entire western half of the Lower Peninsula, from Mackinac City to Coldwater and west to the coast of Lake Michigan.

You can visit the AFP West Michigan website here.