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ALLIANCE EVENT: Nonprofit Summit Southern Arizona

8/9/2018
When: Thursday, August 9, 2018
7:30am-8:30am - Registration, Networking & Continental Breakfast / 8:30am-2:45pm Program
Where: Herbert K. Abrams Public Health Center
3950 S. Country Club Rd.
Tucson, Arizona  85714
United States
Contact: Angel Cancino
602-651-1260


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 Join nonprofit colleagues and leaders in beautiful Tucson, AZ for a day filled with timely, relevant information and education on important issues impacting local nonprofits. 

Thursday, August 9, 2018
8:30am – 2:45pm
Abrams Public Health Center
3950 S. Country Club Rd., Tucson, AZ 85714


Registration

Alliance Members  $89 (members must log in to receive discount)
Non-Members  $109 

Includes all sessions, continental breakfast, lunch and beverages.


 Schedule
7:30am-8:30am    Registration, Networking & Breakfast
8:30am-9:15am Opening Session & Morning Keynote:
Choose Your Own Adventure: Raising Your Awareness Around Unconscious Biases
Gabrielle Camacho, MSM, SPHR, SHRM-SCP, Manager, Executive Compensation, Diversity & Inclusion, Tucson Electric Power
9:15am-9:25am Break
9:25am-10:35am Morning Plenary:
Communicating Your Impact Through Social Return on Investment
Dr, Anthony Evans, Staff Director and Senior Research Fellow, L. William Seidman Research Institute

10:35am-10:45am Break
10:45am-11:55am Morning Plenary:
Communication, Public Speaking & F.E.A.R.
John-Peter Wilhite, M.A., Director of Community Impact, Social Venture Partners Tucson
11:55am-12:40pm Lunch & Open Networking
12:40pm-1:20pm Luncheon Keynote:
What Donors Want: Key insights into donor motivations + pieces of info they are craving

Jasmine Marrow, Director of Nonprofit Strategy, GuideStar
1:20pm-1:30pm Break
1:30pm-2:40pm Afternoon Plenary:
Tips, Tricks & Secrets to a Successful GuideStar Profile
Jasmine Marrow, Director of Nonprofit Strategy, GuideStar
2:40pm-2:45pm Closing Remarks

Sponsors

 

       

 

                      

 

Please review the Sponsorship & Exhibiting Opportunity Detail PDF for detailed information about how you can partner with us. Please reserve your sponsor or exhibit booth online using the links below:

Platinum Sponsor - $2,500 - SOLD

Gold Sponsor - $1,000 - SOLD 

Silver Sponsor - $500 - 1 remaining

Exhibitor - $350 Non-Members / $250 Alliance Members (members must sign in to receive discount) - SOLD

If you have any questions about these or other sponsorship opportunities, please contact Jennifer Purcell, Director of Community Engagement, at JenniferP@arizonanonprofits.org or call 602-279-9166.


Session Descriptions


Choose Your Own Adventure: Raising Your Awareness Around Unconscious Biases
Gabrielle Camacho, MSM, SPHR, SHRM-SCP, Manager, Executive Compensation, Diversity & Inclusion, Tucson Electric Power

Everyone has a story, and those stories sometimes unknowingly get in the way of connecting with people in a positive way. Our stories continue to grow, change and evolve, taking unexpected plot twists and turns. Join Gabrielle Camacho, Manager, Executive Compensation, Diversity & Inclusion, Tucson Electric Power, in raising your awareness around unconscious biases which may hinder working with others to accomplish great things, and be better equipped to navigate your own adventure. 



Communicating Your Impact through Social Return on Investment 
Dr. Anthony Evans, Staff Director and Senior Research Fellow, L. William Seidman Research Institute

As donors and funders become increasingly focused on evaluating their investments based on outcomes, not just inputs and outputs, it is critically important that nonprofits understand how to effectively calculate and communicate the social return on investment (SROI) of their programs. In this interactive and hands-on session, we will take a closer look at what Social Return on Investment (SROI) is, why it is important to communicate, and how to begin formulating your own unique SROI message. 

Dr. Anthony Evans, Staff Director and Senior Research Fellow at L. William Seidman Research Institute, will give a short overview of the findings from the recently released 2018 study Beyond the Bottom Line: The Social and Economic Impact of Arizona Nonprofits, as well as take participants through a brief case study of an example of a local Arizona nonprofit measuring their own SROI.  Participants will then have the opportunity to break out into groups with other nonprofit leaders from similar cause areas to discuss and answer five key questions that can help identify SROI.

Attendees will be able to receive feedback on their findings from their small group sessions, as well as take away a few tools that will help them get started on developing and communicating their own unique SROI.



Communication, Public Speaking & F.E.A.R.
John-Peter Wilhite, M.A., Director of Community Impact, Social Venture Partners Tucson

Effective fund development requires understanding the scope of your agency’s work and knowing how to communicate that message quickly and clearly to people who are interested in supporting your agency.  In this session John-Peter Wilhite will help you gain an understanding of how to craft an impactful message.  Time permitting some participants will get to deliver the message in front of the attendees.

 


What Donors Want: Key insights into donor motivations + pieces of info they are craving
Jasmine Marrow, Director of Nonprofits Strategy, GuideStar


With philanthropic giving in the U.S. stuck at 2% GDP since the 1970s, organizations like yours are well aware of the constraints that nonprofits nationwide are experiencing.  Most donors give to large, well known nonprofits, or to those to which they are personally connected.  Few donors seek those charitable issues with the largest need, or those nonprofits with the greatest dollar for dollar impact. Despite multiple campaigns, our sector has so far been unable to notably increase or to shift individual giving. 

This inertia in giving is in large part due to limited insight into donors’ giving behaviors, motivations, and preferences. Hear from Jasmine Morrow, Director of Nonprofit Strategy at GuideStar about how Money for Good fills this gap. Jasmine will help identify three key areas of marketing insights to help nonprofits navigate this complex marketplace and access this untapped potential. 

 

Tips, Tricks & Secrets to a Successful GuideStar Profile
Jasmine Marrow, Director of Nonprofits Strategy, GuideStar

GuideStar.org has been a trusted source of nonprofit data for over 20 years.  Each year, millions of donors, funders, volunteers and stakeholders turn to GuideStar to learn more about the organizations they choose to support.

Is your GuideStar profile looking as good as it could? Learn why creating and maintaining a solid, information-packed profile and earning a GuideStar Seal of Transparency isn't just for looks. There are numerous benefits for your organization including the opportunity to share your organization's story.

In this session you will learn the secrets of creating a successful GuideStar Nonprofit Profile quickly and how your profile can earn a GuideStar Seal of Transparency to promote trust and transparency to the public.


Free parking at the adjacent Lots C, E and the highlighted overflow area in this map. (Lot D parking is priority for patients, and the first three rows in front of facility are reserved for short-term visitors).


Cancellations must be made at least 7 business in advance (no later than July 31).  No refunds will be provided after this date.

For questions about accessibility or to request auxiliary aids, please contact the Alliance at least one full week prior to an event. Every reasonable effort will be made to provide appropriate accommodations in an effective and timely manner. Contact: Jacki Presnal, jackip@arizonanonprofits.org, 602.680.7869.


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