If your organization is looking to learn about proven solutions for increasing nonprofit effectiveness including, the ability to collaborate, drive innovation, utilize technology and activate skills-based volunteers, this track is for you. With 20 workshops for all levels of experience, attendees can explore frameworks for capacity building supported by skills-based and pro bono programs that engage corporate volunteers’ talents and skills.

The sessions in this track are selling out fast so reserve your seat and register today!

Skills-Based Volunteerism (SBV) Workshop Inspired by Pro Bono (SID 136700)
Monday, June 27 | 10:30 a.m. – 12 p.m.

This skills-based nonprofit session, sponsored by JPMorgan Chase & Co., moves organizations from theory to practice with SBV implementation. Established solutions that improve organizational buy-in and program success will be presented to help organizations explore ways to build strong and sustainable skill-based or pro bono engagement. During this interactive session you can leverage the experience of Points of Light, Taproot, Common Impact and Catchafire to identify gaps and strengthen your current skills-based volunteer programming. Breakout groups will include the topics: Culture & Resourcing, Online Matching Solution, Engaging Beyond a Scopeathon, Pursuing Corporate Partners and Convincing Senior Leadership.


Volunteer Engagement and Capacity Building Tracks Opening Session: Volunteer Mobilization (SID 16133966)
Monday, June 27 | 8:30 – 10 a.m.

Kickoff the volunteer engagement and capacity building tracks with exciting TED-style talks and speakers who excel in the field, highlighting strategies and innovations for mobilizing today‚Äôs volunteers. What’s working? How do organizations ensure they are engaging volunteers to achieve their mission? Speakers include: Dafna Michaelson, author of It Takes a Little Crazy to Make a Difference; Dana Litwin, Volunteer Programs Administrator Open Space Authority of Santa Clara Valley; Elana Sullivan, President & CEO, National Multiple Sclerosis Society, Michigan Chapter, Gary Bagley, Executive Director, New York Care, Amanda MacArthur, Vice President, Global Pro Bono & Engagement, Pyxera, and others.

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