Here's how it feels right now. I have so much love for this sector, and so much vision.
But looking at other online conferences, I am so done with the same voices, feeling stale and stagnant.
I want to try something different.
Please join me us at the New Power Fundraising Conference. You'll hear fresh voices, new perspectives on successful fundraising during quarantimes, and claiming your power.
Each day will leave lots of time in between sessions for rest, networking with fellow attendees, chat, questions and answers, and community building.
If you attend the whole conference, you can get 12.75 CFRE credits too!
Assert Your Power
Session 1: Morning Keynote No Ways Tired -Kishshana Palmer
Bring In More Money
Session 1: Building a dedicated online community with HEART - Kishshana Palmer
Uplevel Your Career + Life
Session 1: Keynote: Conscious Public Speaking -Marian Bacol-Uba
Session 2: Black Women's Experiences in Fundraising - Nneka Allen & Panel
Session 4: How to become executive director - Rachel Wyley
When the Going gets Weird, the Weird get Going: 1:30pm PT - 2:45pm PT (4:30pm ET - 5:45pm ET)
Building a Dedicated Online Community with Heart
08:00-9:00am PT (11:00am-12:00pm ET)
Getting started with fundraising on Twitch
1:30-2:45pm PT (4:30pm ET -5:45pm ET)
How to bounce back (and do 2 people's jobs at once!)
11:30am-12:45pm PT (2:30pm ET-3:45pm ET)
You will learn:
1. To grow or let go: Succession planning strategies for your nonprofit
2. The key strategic document every organization should craft: An airtight succession plan you can lean on
3. Cultivating future transitions using 3 succession planning strategies.
4. Despair or prepare: Don't risk falling off course in your fundraising efforts
5. Nonprofit succession plans aren't one-size-fits-all. Learn Key Strategies to face departures.
6. An eye for organizational sustainability: Executive transition planning to shape future success.
Your sign-up bonuses worth $200
We’re giving our favorite select bonuses to early birds ahead of the main event. Because they’re doing us a major favor! The more people sign up early on, the easier it gets for us to bring on even better speakers and make the New Power Fundraising Conference unforgettable.
Here’s what’s you’ll get when you sign up today:
The Summit was exceptional. Thank you so much for organizing such a wealth of top notch talent. Everything was seamless and autographed with excellence and professionalism."
- Judith Perrin, CFRE, MBA
“This summit has been huge for me. It is not overstating to say that the knowledge I gained here will not only influence my organization for months and years to come, but everything I do as a nonprofit professional.”
- Hilary Dalton
"I just wanted to thank you for the wonderful Nonprofit leadership Summit. It has been really eye opening for me and a true motivational kick in the bum for us to really start doing this more professionally and more efficiently! :) We will be looking forward to next years summit!"
- Sarah Williams, General manager / The Ara Project
Want to be part of the future of fundraising a sponsor? Click the sponsorship button above to get started.
We are all about offering this conference at a price you can afford. That's why attending one day is $47. If you want to do 3 days, AWESOME! That's $99. If you want the recordings, you need to get the $150 ticket. These prices are simply incredible for the value you're getting. Do you need a scholarship? Just let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are approved for 12.75 CFRE credits for this event!
We are not offering refunds for this event. It's up to you to make time to attend. If you cannot attend certain times we offer recordings so you can catch up.
Do you have a team that wants to attend? Are you into getting a bigger bang for your buck? We have institutional pricing for groups of 5 or more. If you're a granting institution, your grantees could gain a lot from this. Just email email@example.com to get started. We have a limited number of seats, so get your tickets early!
Safe space vs Brave space:
What is safe space? Each day we'll make an agreement about safe space. It means we will not tolerate any sort of hate speech or trolling on this event and people who do it will get booted with no refunds. Totally serious here. This includes anti-LGBTQIA+, racism, sexism, ableism, classism, etc. By taking part in this conference, you agree to abide by the rules of safe space.
What is brave space? We WILL be going to ask people to get comfortable with being uncomfortable in looking at systemic and individual bias. We will be asking people to consider learning more about these topics to create structural change. This will involve brave space, being open to making mistakes, admitting your intentions were not the same as the results of your actions and we hope you will step into that with us.
Platform: We will be using the Zoom meeting platform, so you can see other attendees and network with folks in small groups in the spaces between presentations, like at a real conference! If you would like to be more anonymous you can change your name in zoom and not engage your video.
Hearing: Zoom allows us to have live closed captioning, so if you have hearing issues, this event will still be accessible to you.
Seeing: If you are partially sighted or blind, we can arrange to get the materials to you in advance for your screen reader.
Mobility: This conference is online, so you can take part from home! If you want to make sure you get your questions answered live, please feel free to email questions in advance to firstname.lastname@example.org and we can get them to our presenters ASAP.
Language: Right now we do not have a plan to have simultaneous language translation. If that is something you feel like we should offer for next time, please let us know at email@example.com!
Times and Days and Zones: We surveyed our list and people told us they wanted a conference during the week. That's why we're choosing to do this conference on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. We are located in Pacific Time. (1 hour behind Mountain Time, 2 hours behind Central Time, 3 hours behind EST, 4 hrs behind Halifax Time, 2 hours ahead of Hawaii time.) We try to keep the conference as accessible with time as possible for everyone, so we're starting at 8am PT (11am ET) each day, and ending around 5pm PT (8pm ET) each day.
Cost: If cost is a barrier, we have a limited number of scholarships available for women of color, so if you want one, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and tell us about your situation.
Mailing Address: 5010 SE Foster Rd #86152, Portland, OR 97286
Phone: 1 (503) 673-3863