4 Ways NonProfit POWER Will Inspire Nonprofit Leaders
NonProfit POWER returns to provide qualified nonprofit leaders the insight and tools they need to make better decisions and investments for their organizations. NonProfit PRO, the go-to resource for nonprofit management and strategy, will host this invitation-only, hosted summit at the Notary Hotel Dec. 6 and 7 in Philadelphia.
“NonProfit POWER is an invaluable experience for nonprofit organizations,” Chris Lyons, president and chief revenue officer of NonProfit PRO, said. “There, nonprofit leaders can build relationships, exchange ideas and discover new opportunities through our effort to bring nonprofit and fundraising leaders together. We can’t wait to see how attendees take what they learn at our event, and implement effective fundraising strategies and technology solutions in their own organizations.”
Across the two-day event, nonprofit attendees will hear from expert speakers, partake in boardroom case studies with their peers, attend one-on-one meetings with leading vendors and network with other nonprofit executives. Here are four ways the event will inspire nonprofit leaders.
1. Educational Speeches from Industry Experts
During educational sessions, experts in the sector who will share fundraising trends and next-gen technologies for direct marketing, peer-to-peer and technology include:
- Direct Marketing: Sarah Humphries, vice president of resource development at Ocean Conservancy, who is responsible for raising the organization’s $30 million annual budget alongside the board of directors and senior leadership.
- Peer-to-Peer: DJ Hampton, lead strategist at Turnkey, who previously held leadership roles at United Way Network, The ALS Association and March of Dimes.
- Technology: Brian Lively — founder, president and CEO at ACL Squared Consulting — who serves as charity director of the Detroit Marathon, and works closely with many other marathons, including the Boston and Austin marathons.
2. Boardroom Case Studies of Real Outcomes
When it comes to boardroom case studies, a sponsor will present an educational case study — showing how a given tool or solution solved a problem or created an opportunity — to a group of about a dozen nonprofit leaders. Getting a seat at the table with vendors will allow nonprofit leaders the ability to share the successes and challenges encountered with fundraising techniques, spurring thoughtful conversations with both their peers at other large nonprofits, as well as the vendors that create the tools and solutions they are using. The interactive environment will also allow attendees to learn how to drive maximum fundraising efforts with the highlighted solutions.
3. Private Meetings With Vendors
Attendees will sit down in prescheduled, one-on-one meetings with leading vendors, too. These high-level meetings can accomplish months of intel gathering by vetting multiple concepts and companies during the course of the event.
4. Networking With Industry Leaders
Additionally, nonprofit executives will be able to further network with their peers and all vendors during meals, including a dinner at Fogo de Chão Brazilian steakhouse, and other fun networking opportunities. Learn how your peers overcame a challenge that your organization currently faces or just catch up with a fellow executive you haven’t seen in a while.
NonProfit POWER is free for qualified nonprofit attendees. NonProfit PRO covers travel, hotel accommodations and meals.
To see if you qualify, submit your interest here.
To help ensure safety for all attendees and sponsors, NonProfit POWER will be utilizing CrowdPass, which will provide NonProfit Power with a pre-event digital COVID-19 vaccination or negative test clearance. CrowdPass manually reviews all attendee submissions depending on our specific guidelines, which in the case of NonProfit POWER includes proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test within 72 hours of the event.