Registration for the Alliance of Arizona Nonprofits’ virtual 2020 Engage Conference will continue through the month of August for its remaining three half-days of programming featuring 16 sessions covering diverse topics. Conference sessions will be held from 8:30 – 11 a.m. on Wednesday Aug.19 and 26. Registered participants will have access to more than 20 recorded sessions after the conference ends.
Sessions are categorized into six mission types to easily find relevant topics. Mission segments include Arts Animal Welfare and Environment; Community and Civic Engagement; Culture and Humanities; Education and Youth Development; Faith-Based Organizations and Health and Human Services.
Cost for the conference for Alliance members is $99 for individuals and $300 for organizations hosting viewing sessions with four or more team members. Registration fees include admission to all remaining days of the conference, access to post-conference video library and keynote talks. Cost for non-Alliance members is $149 for individuals and $450 for groups of four or more.
To register, visit https://aznonprofitconference.org.
The themes for the three remaining days of programming are:
- The Workplace– Aug. 19: Keynote:
- ACLU of Arizona Executive Director Alessandra Navidad– Strength in Diversity.
- Sessions include The New Workplace, Volunteerism Reconsidered, Developing an Organization and Staff for the Times and a CEO Panel about creative and strategic changes and best practices that are being used to successfully adapt to the “new normal.”
- The New Approach to Finance– Aug. 26:
- Keynote: Vu Le, Founder of the blog Nonprofit AF.
- Sessions include a Funder Panel discussing the changing environment; The New Financial Sustainability, Better Living Through Partnership and Fundraising – The New Ask.
Conference sponsors are: Nonprofit Networking Sponsor– Vitalyst Health Foundation; Keynote Sponsors– Tucson Electric Power/Unisource Energy Services, Bank of America, Employee Benefits International (EBI) and EMI Health; Virtual Conference Orientation Sponsor– APS; Commercial Break Sponsor– Frontdoors Media and SRP; Session Sponsors– Andlosa Education, First Nonprofit, For Purpose Law Group, The Mahoney Group, Tucson Electric Power/Unisource Energy Services and Your Part-Time Controller; Supporter Sponsors– Bank of America, Caritas Law Group, P.C., DollarDays, iDonate, Pixa, Social Service Contractors Indemnity Pool (SSCIP), Seek to Serve Consulting, Virtuous and YWCA; Scholarship Sponsors– National Bank of Arizona and Vitalyst Health Foundation.
For more information about the Alliance of Arizona Nonprofits, visit www.arizonanonprofits.org.
- Kristen Merrifield, CEO, Alliance of Arizona Nonprofits, (602) 279-9150
- Steve Carr, The Kur Carr Group, Inc., (602) 317-3040
- Kate Crowley, Crowley Communications, (480) 277-4178
About the Alliance of Arizona Nonprofits: The Alliance of Arizona Nonprofits is a statewide trusted resource and advocate for the nonprofit community. The Alliance’s mission is to unite, strengthen and advance Arizona’s nonprofit sector and is comprised of more than 1,000 members – both nonprofits and those in the community who support them – across the state. Since 2004, the organization has been dedicated to furthering the common interests of Arizona’s nonprofit community and envisions an Arizona where all nonprofits are valued, empowered and thriving, with support from grassroots efforts like Arizona Gives Day. For more information, visit www.arizonanonprofits.org, or email [email protected]