Nonprofits fear change. And admittedly change can be scary and difficult especially for senior leadership who has a lot at stake while trying to meet their mission and raise money. But in today’s rapidly evolving technological landscape, and where our activists and donors expect us to be transparent, responsive, and tech savvy, nonprofit leaders must work through their fears and change the way they do business inside the organization and externally, if they are going to exist in the next 10 years.
Embracing your fearlessness is one of the keynote conversations that Jean Case, CEO of the Case Foundation, and Paull Young, Director of Digital for charity: water will have to kick off the Nonprofit 2.0 Unconference on June 15th at SEIU's headquarters in Washington, DC from 8:30AM to 4:00PM. The hybrid unconference will begin with Case engaging in a town hall chat about the sector’s need to squash fears and to innovate. Paull Young will discuss how charity: water continues to courageously lead the sector with ground breaking new media strategies.
Executive directors, senior leadership, and nonprofit campaigners won’t want to miss this inspiring unconference filled with amazing keynotes and thought-provoking discussions between some of the best nonprofit strategists, innovators, and nptechies in the space.
The keynote conversations will be followed by a full day of unsessions. There will be no powerpoints. Just DC's brightest minds strategizing for social good.
The Nonprofit 2.0 Unconference (which is being sponsored by Care2) is DC's only unconference dedicated to the social cause space. From volunteers and political action to cultivating donors and partners, nonprofits have rapidly adopted social tools to build online communities and movements.
Last year's event sold out well before the date, so don't miss out. Register now! And bonus, Care2 Frogloop readers get a 20% discount over the next week. Just use the discount code Frogloop when you sign up on online.