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ALLIANCE EVENT: Nonprofit Summit Southern Arizona

7/30/2019
When: Tuesday, July 30, 2019
7:30am-8:30am - Registration, Networking & Continental Breakfast / 8:30am-2:45pm Program
Where: Community Foundation Campus
5049 E. Broadway
Tucson, Arizona  85711
United States
Contact: Jennifer Purcell
602-279-9166


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The Summit is SOLD OUT.

The Summit Scholarship application period has ended.

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. 

Tuesday, July 30, 2019
8:30am – 2:45pm
Community Foundation Campus
5049 E. Broadway, Tucson, AZ 85711


Registration

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

Includes all sessions, continental breakfast, lunch and beverages.


 Schedule & Agenda
7:30am-8:30am    Registration, Networking & Breakfast
8:30am-9:15am Opening Session & Morning Keynote:
Kristen Merrifield, CAE, CNAP
Chief Executive Officer, Alliance of Arizona Nonprofits
9:15am-9:25am Break
9:25am-10:35am

Morning Breakout Sessions 1

Engaging with Diverse Populations - Eileen Bagnall, Executive Director, ARTabilityAZ
What opportunities does your organization have to engage with people from diverse communities? Are people with different life experiences members of your staff, on your board or part of your customer base? Why or why not? Looking for ways to welcome in new voices to your organization? This is an interactive workshop that will aid you in creating new ways to engage a wider range of people as staff, board members and patrons. During this session we will explore ways to engage with people in the community who are outside of your usual circles and how to bring them into you’re your organization. We will look at hiring practices from job postings, internships, staff training and managing expectations. We’ll also look at ways to create a board that is reflective of people in your community in a genuine manner that engages new members and enriches your organization. 

 

What's in Your Soup? Creating a Purposeful Culture - Mary Keysor, COO, Assured Partners of Arizona
An organization's culture is much like a bowl of soup, filled with a variety of ingredients combined in a unique and distinctive manner. Why care about what is in your culture? Because what's in your cultural soup will determine whether people want to buy it, support it and advocate for it. Creating a purposeful culture represents your organization's greatest potential to survive and thrive. 

 

 

Planning Ahead! - Jenny Carrillo, Principal Consultant & Laura Alexander Principal/Owner, Alexander|Carrillo Consulting
Strategic planning is an important process that engages your stakeholders, creates energy around your mission and vision, and results in your most important fundraising tool. Worried about creating another plan that sits on a shelf gathering dust? This workshop will help you get started on a planning process that is meaningful and useful! 

10:35am-10:45am Break
10:45am-11:55am

Morning Breakout Sessions 2

Managing an Effective Board of Directors: Raising Funds and Thinking Strategically - Deb Dale, CFRE, CEO, Deb Dale & Associates
'Why isn't my board helping???' Familiar cry? Learn to groom your board into a knowledgeable, well-directed, supportive extension of your organization in the community. Create parameters in which they can succeed! No one wants to be a bad board member, but most don't know specifically how to help you! This is an interactive session where we will work on the structure of your board to see what critical gaps you may have. You will leave this workshop with practical ways and actual templates to positively onboard and guide your volunteers to support your organization and help you fundraise! 

 

Nonprofit Advocacy: Yes You Can and Why You Should - Kristen Merrifield, CAE, CNAP, Chief Executive Officer, Alliance of Arizona Nonprofits
Nonprofits and industry professionals have a vital role to play in educating and collaborating to advocate for our causes, programs, and clients. Contrary to popular misconception, nonprofits, public charities and other stakeholders can engage in advocacy, public policy, and even lobbying, though not all of these require direct action in the halls of Congress or at the State Capitol. Learn what you can (and can’t) do, as well as easy tools to help you become a better advocate and share your story and impact in our communities.

  

 

Ignite Success from Within: Strategies for Raising Major & Planned Gifts (with the team you have!) - Jennifer Tersigni, MA, CFRE, Principal & Lead Consultant, Raise the Bar Consulting
Community-based organizations often struggle to recruit fundraisers with robust experience in major gift and/or planned gift fundraising. Perhaps instead of hiring someone, a better strategy is to train someone internally to focus on major gift fundraising. As we say: Ignite Success from Within! This training is an overview, uniquely designed turn your current staff, Board and volunteer team with a heart for your mission into a fundraising powerhouse you need to succeed. Topics of discussion include: Relationship-Building Techniques, Prospecting, Developing a Leads Generation Program, Rightsizing Your Portfolio, Truly Knowing Thy Donor, Making the (Right) Ask, and Realistic Expectations. Join us as we share real life experience, success and insider knowledge to help you grow support for your cause.

11:55am-12:40pm Lunch & Open Networking
12:40pm-1:20pm Lunch Keynote:
R. Tony Penn
President & Chief Executive Officer, United Way of Tucson and Southern Arizona

1:20pm-1:30pm Break
1:30pm-2:40pm

Afternoon Breakout Sessions

Storytelling Marketing: Connecting Authentically - Nancy Jones, Coach, Speaker Trainer, Crossroads Coaching &Career Counseling; and Bobbi Still, Web Developer, Graphic Design Artist, Affinity by Design
In today's relational age, nonprofits need to use clear content not only to communicate but also to connect with the people we want to reach. Storytelling is the critical skill needed to provide the clear messaging that will help your organization survive and, in fact, grow.  Many of you will say you know how to tell your story. But telling a story is more than a sequential delivery of events and outcomes. You need to connect with your potential supporters with authenticity while influencing them to become part of your team. Bobbi Still and Nancy Jones have learned the secrets of engaging today's volunteers, donors, and other supporters that will provide the sustainability you need to keep serving. You see, the framework of your story will transform the impact of your marketing. And the most engaging stories follow a format as old as the Roman and Greek myths. But it is a complete shift from what you're used to. In this presentation, you will learn the basics of storytelling marketing and how to use it on your website as well as the critical website components for branding. You will also leave with your very first marketing story created within this framework that you can use for word of mouth, digital and print marketing. Stop telling your story. Invite people in to become part of the journey. 

 

Engaging the Next Generation of Leaders - Bryn Jones, CEO, Elan Consulting
The next generation of leaders are here. Yet according to national data, “The nonprofit sector is experiencing a seismic demographic shift as Baby Boomers reach retirement age. This shift already is creating a vacuum in leadership that will continue for the next two decades."  Why the disconnect? In this high-engagement workshop, participants will discuss the challenges to elevating the next generation of leaders, explore the surprising research on what makes an effective leader, and think about ways to facilitate courageous next generation leadership.  1. Explore the surprising research on what makes an effective leader 2. Shift perspective by exploring learnings from the field of building next generation leaders 3. Discuss strategies for implementing what you’ve learned and 4. Have fun

 

Debt is Not a Four-Letter Word - Lesli Pintor, Executive Director, Growth Partners Arizona
Many nonprofit leaders and boards are uncomfortable with the thought of borrowing money. This workshop will help them understand how properly structured and utilized debt can be a tool to achieving the organization's strategic goals. Nonprofits are businesses, and should plan, operate, and grow like one. Debt financing can be a way to achieve financial stability and sustainability. We'll discuss the basics, tackle challenges the attendees are currently facing, and give attendees the confidence and tools to look at the their organization's financial position in a new way. 

2:40pm-2:45pm Closing Remarks

Thank you to our sponsors!

Platinum Sponsor: 

 

Gold Sponsor: 


Silver Sponsors: 

 

    

Exhibitors: 

Abeja Solutions

Alexander Carrillo Consulting

AssuredPartners of Arizona LLC

Center for Community Dialogue

Social Service Contractors Indemnity Pool (SSCIP)

US Census Bureau

 

Sponsorship & Exhibiting Opportunities as of 7/16/19

Click Here - to review the details about summit sponsorship and exhibiting opportunities and how you can partner with us.

Click Here - to reserve your sponsorship or exhibit booth.

 

Platinum Sponsor - $2,500 - SOLD

Gold Sponsor - $1,000 (1 of 2 available)

Silver Sponsor - $500 (1 of 4 available)

Exhibitor - $250 Members / $350 Non-Members - SOLD

Promotional Insert Only - $75 Members / $125 Non-Members

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.

Cancellations must be made at least 7 business in advance (no later than July 22).  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: Jennifer Purcell, jenniferp@arizonanonprofits.org, 602.279-9166.


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