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Community Forum: Connecting Tech & Nonprofits

  • Sobrato Center for Nonprofits (Shoreway Room) 350 Twin Dolphin Dr Redwood City, CA, 94065 United States (map)

Space is limited, please RSVP early.

June 23rd Community Forum:
"Connecting Tech with Nonprofits: A Candid Discussion with Three Tech Leaders"

We're on to something big... 

Our last community forum was the most successful in our 15 year history, with riveting dialogue about the intersections between nonprofits, tech companies, and philanthropy.

So we're going deeper...

This time we recruited three tech-industry leaders whose work overlaps in meaningful ways with the nonprofits world, either as funders or collaborators. You'll hear their stories, join the dialogue, and walk away with actionable and insightful information.

We believe open dialogue and education is the first step in bridging the gap between technology companies and nonprofits in our community. All three of our Silicon Valley entrepreneurs have both meaningful nonprofit experience and significant business acumen, so this should be an exciting and highly anticipated forum.

Meet the speakers...

Roderick Campbell - Moderator

CEO and cofounder of CommitChange, America's fastest growing nonprofit software company. Funded by Mark Cuban and Tim Draper. Featured in Forbes, Nonprofit Quarterly, and Fundraising Success magazine.

Michael White - ActOn and SV2

VP at National Semiconductor for 12 years. Partner and board member at Silicon Valley Social Venture Fund. Experienced in venture capital. Now launching ActOn, a social venture that connects supporters with causes.

Eric Facas - Media Cause

After spending 4 years developing Google's advertising platform, Eric founded Media Cause which now has a reputation as one of the world's leading nonprofit marketing and development agencies.

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Bryan Breckenridge -

Executive Director of, Box's charitable & philanthropic initiative. Former Director of Nonprofits & Education at the Salesforce Foundation, board member at Bay Area Community Resources.


You'll learn about...

Ways to steward relationships nside tech companies, emerging technologies that will impact your work, innovative fundraising strategies, the successes and failures of funding models, and lots more. You'll also have the opportunity to ask the speakers questions and network.

Earlier Event: June 20
Dad & Me at the Park!
Later Event: July 8
Community Resiliency Network