Session 1: 9:30am-10:45am
Option 1: Volunteer Management and Mobilization
Presenter: Mary Lynn Perry, City of Sacramento
Volunteers are the heart and soul of most nonprofits, yet many organizations struggle with creating and maintaining their volunteer program. Your volunteers are the key to increasing your organization’s capacity, building community support and furthering your mission. Want to know the must-have’s of successful volunteer programs? Then this workshop is for you.
Specifically designed to assist anyone new to volunteer management, this workshop covers:
Option 2: Social Media: Local Case Studies
Presenters: Melissa Granville, Food Literacy Center & Rachael Valler, Reading Partners
Is your organization struggling to utilize the power of social media? Have you gone to workshops about social media before - only to be given tips and tricks that are unrealistic for a small or medium sized agency like yours? This workshop will be a nice change of pace!
Learn how to maximize your time and dollars to get the most out of social media from two local nonprofits known for their social media presence: Food Literacy Center & Reading Partners
We will cover topics like:
Session 2: 11:00am-12:45pm
Option 1: We Need To Be Ready To Apply For Grant Funding And To Give Funders What They Want
Presenter: Miriam Houghton, EXPRESSIONS
Proper preparation can make the grant writing process easier and result in a very competitive proposal. Receive an overview of how to prepare for grant funding applications before beginning to write a specific proposal.
Option 2: Answers to Nonprofit Email Marketing Questions*
Presenter: Maureen Dudley, Dudley & Nunez Communications
Email is one of the most effective and affordable ways nonprofits engage with their communities.But many nonprofits have questions:
*Note: If you choose this workshop you agree to let the organizers share the following information with the presenter: 1) first and last name; 2) email address; 3) phone number; and 4) organization name. Dudley & Nunez will use your email address to share a copy of the PowerPoint after the event. Constant Contact will use the phone number and name only to cross-reference which of the attendees are current customers.