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Leadership Circle Luncheon
Jun
13
11:30 AM11:30

Leadership Circle Luncheon

 
 

Leadership Circle Luncheon

Leadership Circle Luncheons are open to Thrive Member CEOs and EDs. 

HOST

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TOPIC

Corporate & Foundation Relations: Successful Stewardship in an Increasingly Competitive Landscape

WHEN

Tuesday, June 13, 2017 | 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM

WHERE

330 Twin Dolphin Drive
Redwood City, CA 94065


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Leadership Circle Luncheon
Apr
11
11:30 AM11:30

Leadership Circle Luncheon

 
 

Leadership Circle Luncheon

Leadership Circle Luncheons are open to Thrive Member CEOs and EDs. 

HOST

 

TOPIC

Fundraising Amidst Political Turmoil and Policy Changes

There will be a special discussion on nonprofit health care for those who wish to stay for an additional half hour at the end of the luncheon, from 1:00 PM - 1:30 PM.

WHEN

Tuesday, April 11, 2017 | 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM

WHERE

350 Twin Dolphin Drive, Suite 123
Redwood City, CA 94065


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Mar
3
9:00 AM09:00

Reflect, Respond, & Engage Part II: California and the National Trajectory

Reflect, Respond, & Engage Part II:  California and The National Trajectory

Thrive, The Alliance of Nonprofits for San Mateo County, in partnership with the Peninsula Conflict Resolution Center, will bring together local, state, and national leaders on March 3rd for part two of a series on civic engagement and what's next for California in light of the national trajectory. This event is a reconvening of the January 19th event, Reflect, Respond, and Engage: San Mateo County and The National Trajectory. For this first session, we convened over 100 individuals from diverse areas across the County to begin to develop a thoughtful framework for action going forward. At this follow up session, we will feature panelists both locally and from Sacramento and beyond to connect to statewide and national conversations. 

The goals of this event are to:

  • report back on group input and key learnings from the first convening 
  • create a space for our leaders to provide reflections on how the national landscape has impacted the local community since we last convened
  • present as many new facts as possible in a nonpartisan environment to inform local and statewide planning efforts for the foreseaable future
  • propose working groups and checklists for key action areas
  • reaffirm the political will and existing resources of our statewide network

Thrive & PCRC will serve as a nonpartisan convener/facilitator team to create space for dialogue. We continue to welcome multiple voices and perspectives to this conversation, and our panelists, speakers, and attendees reflect that. We will have expert facilitators present to engage everyone in attendance. 

Whether you joined us or missed us on January 19th, we highly encourage you attend and lend your voice to this critical stage of our ongoing discussion.

SPONSORS

 

SPEAKERS

Assemblymember Kevin Mullin

Kevin Mullin was first elected in 2012 and re-elected in 2014 and 2016 to the California State Assembly representing the 22nd District in San Mateo County. On December 5, 2016 he was sworn in as Assembly Speaker pro Tempore for the 2016-17 legislative session. As the #2 officer in the Assembly, he continues his role as part of Speaker Anthony Rendon’s leadership team and presides regularly over Assembly floor sessions. Elections reform and strengthening our democracy is Kevin’s top legislative priority. His other legislative priorities focus on transportation infrastructure and congestion relief, affordable housing, economic opportunity for all, maintaining a balanced budget with a healthy rainy day fund, clean tech and nurturing our innovation economy as Chair of the Select Committee on Biotechnology and his membership in the Tech Caucus. Kevin served on the South San Francisco City Council from 2007 - 2012, serving as Mayor in 2011. His background also includes serving as district director for then-State Senator Jackie Speier (now Congresswoman) and as political director for his father, former State Assemblymember Gene Mullin. He lives in South San Francisco with his wife, Jessica Stanfill Mullin, and their rescue beagle, Sunshine.

Jan Masaoka, CEO of CalNonprofits

Jan Masaoka is CEO of the California Association of Nonprofits (CalNonprofits), a statewide policy alliance of more than 10,000 nonprofits speaking to government, philanthropy, and the public at large. 

Prior to CalNonprofits, she served 14 years as executive director of CompassPoint Nonprofit Services in which position she was named Nonprofit Executive of the Year by Nonprofit Times. She is an eight-time designee as one of the "Fifty Most Influential" people in the nonprofit sector nationwide and was named California Community Leader of the Year by Leadership California. Her volunteer work includes serving as chair of Asian Pacific Islander Wellness Center and founding chair of Community Initaitives; she currently serves on the board of MapLight and on the National Public Policy Committee of Independent Sector.

M. Stacey Hawver, Executive Director of Legal Aid Society of San Mateo County

M. Stacey Hawver, Executive Director of the Legal Aid Society of San Mateo County, has been a public interest lawyer for more than 20 years. A well known advocate on behalf of low-income residents of San Mateo County, Ms. Hawver has received the San Mateo County Women Lawyers Section’s Elinor Falvey Award for service to low income families and seniors and in 2013 was named by the Silicon Valley Business Journal as one of Silicon Valley’s Women of Influence. She recently served on San Mateo County’s Closing the Jobs/Housing Gap Task Force and Community Choice Energy Advisory Committee.

Ms. Hawver joined Legal Aid as a staff attorney in 1990 where she focused her efforts on administrative law. She also worked as a Directing Attorney before becoming the Executive Director in 2002. Ms. Hawver graduated first in her class from Stanford Law School. She also has a Masters Degree from the London School of Economics and an A.B. in Economics from Cornell University.

Ted Lempert, President of Children Now

Ted Lempert is the President of Children Now, a national research and advocacy organization based in Oakland. He is also a Lecturer in the Political Science Department at UC Berkeley. Previously, Mr. Lempert was the founding CEO of EdVoice, a California education reform organization.

Mr. Lempert was a California State Assembly member for eight years representing San Mateo and Santa Clara Counties.  He served as chair of the Assembly Higher Education Committee and co-chair of the Joint Committee to Develop a Master Plan for Education, and had more than 75 bills signed into law, including major policies in the areas of education, health care, children and families, tax policy and the environment. 

Megan Joseph, Executive Director of Rise Together

Megan Joseph is currently the Executive Director of Rise Together, a 9-county Bay Area initiative working to address poverty through policy advocacy and alignment and coordination of collective action across the region. Megan was previously the Director of Community Organizing for United Way of Santa Cruz County where she developed multiple county-wide initiatives using Results Based Accountability, addressing issues ranging from childhood obesity to youth violence prevention and criminal justice reform.  Megan also founded the Leadership for Community Transformation program with Dr. Monica Sharma which supported 300 Santa Cruz County leaders at all levels in the community to design and lead transformative and sustainable social change projects.  Megan earned her BA in Criminology, Law and Society from Indiana University of Pennsylvania, an MA in Consciousness and Transformative Studies from JFK University and an MA in Criminology, Law and Society from U.C. Irvine.

MODERATOR

Michelle Vilchez, Executive Director, Peninsula Conflict Resolution Center

As Executive Director of PCRC, Michelle prides herself on her non-traditional non-profit leadership model, employing a leadership team to strategize and direct the course of the agency. Under her tenure as ED, she has doubled the budget and staffing of the organization.

Throughout her 16 years at PCRC her passion for community engagement has guided her work and helped PCRC become recognized as an organization that empowers people and builds relationships. She brings to this role extensive community engagement experience, from her work helping First 5 complete its strategic plan guided by community priorities, to co-authoring PCRC’s Community Engagement Resource Guide and helping to launch a violence prevention network and the Fatherhood Collaborative in San Mateo County.

WHEN

Friday, March 3, 2017 9:00 AM - 11:30 AM
8:30 - 9:00 - Registration and Networking
9:00 AM - Program Starts

WHERE

Mercy Center
Sequoia Room, 1st Floor
2300 Adeline Dr, Burlingame, CA 94010
Tel: 650-340-7400

Parking:  FOREST PARKING LOT which is the first right turn after entering the main gate at Adeline Drive & Hoover Avenue.
Resources: Get Directions, Mercy Center Map
 

FEE

FREE - Thrive Members
$20.00 - Non-Members

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Nonprofit Career Summit & Job Fair
Feb
15
3:00 PM15:00

Nonprofit Career Summit & Job Fair

  • College of San Mateo, Building 10, Bayview Dining Room (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Job, internship, or volunteer seekers! Register to attend this job fair for free:

Nonprofit Career Summit & Job Fair

Featuring Keynote Speaker Beth Kanter

Join us for our First Annual Nonprofit Career Summit & Job Fair! Thrive, The Alliance of Nonprofits for San Mateo County (Thrive), in partnership with the College of San Mateo (CSM) and CEN, invite you to join us for the first annual Nonprofit Career Summit & Job Fair. Many of our member nonprofits have been seeking new talent within their organizations in recent months. 

All participants will enjoy free access to the Career Summit Keynote Speaker, Breakout Sessions, and the exhibitor job fair which are all located in Building 10, Bayview Room at the College of San Mateo. 

Schedule of Events (Building 10, Bayview Dining Room): 
3 - 6 PM - Job fair exhibitors showcase
3 PM - Welcoming Remarks by Thrive and CSM with member spotlight, Adrienne Etherton, Executive Director, Sustainable San Mateo County
3:15 - 3:55 PM - Keynote Speaker, Beth Kanter
4 - 5 PM - Breakout Session 1: Recruitment & Retention in a Changing Nonprofit Landscape
5 - 6 PM - Breakout Session 2:  Building and Sustaining a Diverse Nonprofit Workforce in Turbulent Times: Q&A Session with the Legal Aid Society of San Mateo County
The Nonprofit Career Summit & Job Fair is free and open to the general public.   

 Job Seeker Flyer

Job Seeker Flyer

 Exhibitor Flyer

Exhibitor Flyer

RESOURCES:

Participants FAQ

College of San Mateo (campus map)

Parking: Participants may park in any student lot (lot 6)

WHO

This event is open to the public. Register now to attend the keynote and breakout sessions for free! This event is for those who are seeking job, internship, or volunteer opportunities or have an interest in the nonprofit sector. 

EXHIBITORS


KEYNOTE SPEAKER

Beth Kanter
Master Trainer, Author, and Speaker

Keynote learning topics:

  • Learn about the  symptoms of burnout and opportunities to practice self-care as part of doing your work
  • Discuss and share tips and methods for self-care activities that go beyond physical health
  • Ideas for practicing self-care in the nonprofit workplace and creating a culture of wellbeing

Beth Kanter is a well-established international leader in nonprofits’ use of networks, data, and learning.  Her first book “The Networked Nonprofit,” introduced the sector to a new way of thinking and operating in a connected world.  Her second book, “Measuring the Networked Nonprofit,” is a practical guide for using measurement and learning to achieve social impact.   She published her third book “Happy, Healthy Nonprofit:  Strategies for Impact without Burnout” in 2016.    She is the author of Beth’s Blog where she writes about networks, data, learning, training and facilitation techniques and self-care, one of the longest running and most popular nonprofit blogs.  (www.bethkanter.org)
 
Beth has over 35 years working in the nonprofit sector in technology, training, and capacity and has facilitated trainings for nonprofits on every continent in the world (except Antarctica).  She trained and experienced in participatory facilitation techniques such as design thinking, open space, and world café online and face-to-face book and hybrids.  She is an in-demand keynote speaker and workshop facilitator.   Named one of the most influential women in technology by Fast Company and one of the BusinessWeek’s “Voices of Innovation for Social Media,” Beth was visiting Scholar at the David and Lucile Packard Foundation 2009-2013. 

BREAKOUT SESSIONS

Breakout sessions will address nonprofit recruitment challenges and nonprofit career development.  This is a great opportunity for new job seekers and is FREE to attend. 

4 - 5 PM - Recruitment & Retention in a Changing Nonprofit Landscape
Speaker: Erin Montgomery, Vice President of Human Resources, Gatepath
5 - 6 PM - Building and Sustaining a Diverse Nonprofit Workforce in Turbulent Times: Q&A Session with the Legal Aid Society of San Mateo County
Speaker: Stacey Hawver, Executive Director, Legal Aid Society of San Mateo County

*Nonprofit organizations booth attendees and participants will have access to keynote speakers and breakout sessions. Breakout sessions are located in the exhibitor's job fair which is located in Building 10, Bayview Dining Room at the College of San Mateo. 


EXHIBITOR INFORMATION

“The nonprofit sector continues to experience growth while the private sector remains stable,” according to the Nonprofit Employment Practices Survey Results of 2016. 
Thrive has partnered with CSM to further expand nonprofit outreach capabilities by connecting our membership community with local talent.

Thanks to the charitable contribution by our sponsor, Silicon Valley Community Foundation, job fair booths are being offered at a subsidized rate to all Thrive and CEN members for $75.00 or $125.00 for non-members. This Nonprofit Career Summit & Job Fair is a great opportunity to highlight your organization’s presence within San Mateo County and present your current and future openings to a very diverse audience. The Nonprofit Career Summit is expected to attract hundreds of individuals from across different segments of the community.

Register your organization so you can:

  • Advocate on behalf of your organization’s mission to the next generation of change makers
  • Recruit volunteers, interns, and job seekers representing a wide range of talents and disciplines from across the community
  • Interact and network with like-minded candidates. Job Fairs are still one of the most interactive ways to meet potential hires!
  • Understand the market. Find out what candidates, working professionals, and other employers seek in our current environment
  • Gain access to a large pool of qualified candidate all in one setting. Your next hire or intern may just be around the corner!
  • Engage the community. Email announcements will be sent to thousands of career seekers

BOOTH FEE

$75.00 - Active Thrive & CEN Members
$125.00 - Non-members

All booth attendees (up to 3 members) can enjoy free access to career fair's keynote speaker and breakout sessions. 


Nonprofit Sign Up

STEP 1

Sign Up

STEP 2

Payment

REQUIREMENTS

1. Your nonprofit organization must be recruiting to fill at least one salaried or internship position within your organization.
2. You must have at least 1 staff member at the booth at all times.

To become a Thrive member, click here or to become a CEN member, here.  
The last day to register for the Job Fair is Friday, February 10, 2017. 


SPONSOR

PARTNERS

 

WHEN

Wednesday, February 15, 2017 3:00 PM - 6:00 PM

WHERE

College of San Mateo
Building 10, Bayview Dining Room
1700 West Hillsdale Boulevard
San Mateo, CA 94402

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Leadership Circle Luncheon with Host Samaritan House
Feb
8
11:30 AM11:30

Leadership Circle Luncheon with Host Samaritan House

Leadership Circle Luncheon

 
 

Leadership Circle Luncheons are open to Thrive Member CEOs and EDs. 

Topic

Recruiting and Retaining Development Staff

Featuring

Robin Rudikoff – Director of Development, StarVista

Lynn Engel - Director of Development & Communications, CORA

Clarice Veloso - Development Director, HIP Housing

Host & Sponsor

 

When

Wednesday, February 8, 2017 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM

Where

Samaritan House
4031 Pacific Blvd
San Mateo, CA 94403


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Special Convenings
Jan
19
9:00 AM09:00

Special Convenings

Special Convenings
Reflect, Respond, and Engage: San Mateo County and The National Trajectory

This event is open to the community and free for Thrive members. Not a member? Join now to attend!

Thrive, The Alliance of Nonprofits for San Mateo County, in partnership with the Peninsula Conflict Resolution Center, will bring together community leaders on January 19th for a special convening on community engagement and what's next for San Mateo County in light of the national trajectory.  

Our goal is to create a space for our local leaders to share community feedback regarding the divisive political climate, and also start to create checklists and action plans in the case that radical policy shifts do come to pass. We know it's safe to assume that our local community will be relied upon more heavily if drastic changes occur at the national level. We also know that community based organizations, in conjunction with our County, will likely be leaned on to address service gaps that could result for our most vulnerable populations. 

We aim to then reconvene the group on Friday, March 3, from 9am-11:30am, to check in and take into account any new information. At this meeting, we plan to have representation from Sacramento to connect to statewide conversations. 

While there are many unknowns, we'd still like to bring people together to provide community connection during a time of transition and uncertainty. We want to reaffirm the political will and existing resources of the local community. We'd also like to present as many facts as possible in a non-partisan environment. County Manager John Maltbie will be there to provide some of these facts, as well as any information on contingency plans in the case of potential policy shifts in the areas of health care, immigration, the environment, and public safety. 

This event is open to the community and free for Thrive members. Not a member? We encourage you to join now to attend this very informative convening. 

$20 - Nonmembers
Free - Thrive Members

FEATURING

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Bart Charlow, CEO, Samaritan House

Bart Charlow is a seasoned CEO, who manages non-profit, health care and human services organizations, and is a Licensed Family Therapist.

His career spans diverse fields, including business administration, education, research, audio-visual media and information technology.

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Rose Jacobs Gibson, CEO/President, Hagar Services Coalition, Inc. 

Rose Jacobs Gibson served from 1999 to 2012 on the San Mateo County Board of Supervisors, representing the 4th district, which includes the communities of Redwood City, Menlo Park, East Palo Alto and unincorporated North Fair Oaks and Oak Knoll. During her board service, she initiated Shared Vision, the county’s long-term strategic planning process, and was co-chair of the Housing Endowment and Regional Trust of San Mateo County (HEART), a public-private partnership to create a funding mechanism to build new, permanently affordable housing. During her tenure, her priorities were affordable housing, strategies to reduce health inequities in San Mateo County and social justice, juvenile and criminal justice issues. Her desire to improve the quality of life for all residents motivated her to find solutions to problems and develop innovative, proactive approaches to build a stronger, more vibrant San Mateo County.

John Maltbie, County Manager, San Mateo County

As County Manager, John L. Maltbie oversees the efficient running of San Mateo County's government and carries out the policies set by the Board of Supervisors.

John has more than 30 years of experience in local government. He has served as City Manager of Milpitas, Calif., and Glendale, Ariz., as well as Assistant County Executive of Santa Clara County and County Manager of San Mateo County. He served as County Manager from 1989 to 2008 and came out of retirement in 2011 to again serve as County Manager.

Rita Mancera, Executive Director, Puente

Rita joined Puente in 2006 to work with home visiting families with children and to talk with parents about early childhood development. For four years she served as Puente's Program Director, overseeing a diversity of programs from immigration to physical activity to education and youth leadership. She served as Puente's Deputy Executive Director before taking over as Executive Director in 2015. 

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Bill Somerville, Founder, Philanthropic Ventures Foundation

Bill brings 50 years of experience in nonprofit work, including 17 years as Executive Director of the Peninsula Community Foundation. Bill is nationally recognized as an expert on creative grantmaking. He has consulted at over 400 community foundations in the United States, Canada and abroad on effective operations and grantmaking. Bill has taught courses on philanthropy at Stanford University, UC Berkeley's Osher Lifelong Learning Institute, and Laney Community College, in Oakland, CA.

WELCOMING REMARKS

Warren Slocum, Board of Supervisors, San Mateo County

San Mateo County Supervisor Warren Slocum was elected to the Board in November 2012, representing the 4th Supervisorial District, which includes Redwood City, East Palo Alto, east Menlo Park and North Fair Oaks. 

With a passion for public service and an entrepreneurial spirit, Warren's life has been spent in service to others. Some of Warren's top priorities are to improve the county's transportation system, increase the housing supply in our county, support our veterans, invest Measure K dollars in infrastructure and programs, advancing the county's accessibility, transparency and responsiveness through the use of smart technology, and many other diverse needs in his district. 

MODERATOR

Michelle Vilchez, Executive Director, Peninsula Conflict Resolution Center

As Executive Director of PCRC, Michelle prides herself on her non-traditional non-profit leadership model, employing a leadership team to strategize and direct the course of the agency. Under her tenure as ED, she has doubled the budget and staffing of the organization.

Throughout her 16 years at PCRC her passion for community engagement has guided her work and helped PCRC become recognized as an organization that empowers people and builds relationships. She brings to this role extensive community engagement experience, from her work helping First 5 complete its strategic plan guided by community priorities, to co-authoring PCRC’s Community Engagement Resource Guide and helping to launch a violence prevention network and the Fatherhood Collaborative in San Mateo County.

WHEN

Thursday, January 19, 2017 9:00 AM - 11:30 AM
and 
Friday, March 3, 2017 9:00 AM - 11:30 AM (Reconvene) - Save the Date! Location TBD

WHERE

Sobrato Center for Nonprofits
350 Twin Dolphin Dr. 
Redwood City, CA 94065
Shoreway Room

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Leadership Circle Luncheon with Host Peninsula Family Services
Nov
2
11:30 AM11:30

Leadership Circle Luncheon with Host Peninsula Family Services

Leadership Circle Luncheon

Leadership Circle Luncheons are open to Thrive Member CEOs and EDs. 

Topic

Planned Giving

Featuring

Fred Hartwick, Philanthropic Advisor, Stanford University

Fred Hartwick, '78, earned his JD from Hastings College of the Law in 1981. After practicing estate and tax planning at Wilson, Sonsini, Goodrich & Rosati in Palo Alto and Bronson, Bronson & McKinnon in San Francisco, he joined the Stanford Planned Giving Office in 1986. From 2001 to 2011, he managed the planned giving offices at the University of California, Berkeley and Columbia University. He returned to Stanford in 2011.

Host & Sponsor

 

 

 

When

Wednesday, November 2, 2016 | 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM

Where

Peninsula Family Service
24 Second Avenue
San Mateo, CA 94401

 
 

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Happy Hour
Sep
29
5:00 PM17:00

Happy Hour

Happy Hour & Theatre Event

In partnership with Dragon Theatre and YNPNsfba, Thrive will be co-hosting this free Happy Hour event for young and emerging nonprofit professionals. Join us for drinks, food, and fun networking with fellow friends in the sector! This Happy Hour kicks off Thrive & YNPNsfba's year of partnering to provide programs for young and emerging nonprofit professionals in San Mateo County.

 
 
  • Join us at the beautiful Dragon Theatre in downtown Redwood City for appetizers, wine, and networking with fellow nonprofit professionals
  • Connect with local resources and learn about growth opportunities
  • Help raise visibility for Thrive member organizations and meet fellow Thrive and YNPNsfba members
  • You don't have to be a member of Thrive or YNPNsfba to join us - come learn more about both groups over drinks and appetizers!

Thursday, September 29, 2016
5:00 - 7:00 PM Happy Hour (Free for Thrive Members)
8 PM Theatre Show (Ticket Required)

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Ticket & Show Info

Voted "the most significant English language play of the 20th century" in a survey of playwrights, Waiting for Godot is considered a masterpiece of surrealist existentialism. Two wandering vagabonds, Vladimir and Estragon, wait by a lonely tree, to meet up with Mr. Godot, an enigmatic figure in a world where time, place and memory are blurred and meaning is where you find it. The men hope that Godot will change their lives for the better. Instead, two eccentric travelers arrive, one man on the end of the other's rope. The results are both funny and dangerous and the trip will bend your brain.

Discounted ticket codes will be distributed to those who RSVP for the happy hour. Tickets can be purchased in advance of the show using the special code.

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ThriveConnects: Small and Mighty EDs
Apr
6
8:00 AM08:00

ThriveConnects: Small and Mighty EDs

 

This event is now closed. 

What? Breakfast Event 

Why? This event is for agencies with 5 or fewer employees. Come join us for this special one-on-one opportunity to support your fellow peers!

Event is limited to 10 Participants. Please RSVP below.

Who? EXCLUSIVELY FOR THRIVE MEMBERS:
NONPROFIT CEO'S AND EXECUTIVE DIRECTORS

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Name *
Name
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Mar
16
11:30 AM11:30

Leadership Circle Luncheon

THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSOR

Thrive Leadership Circle Luncheons provide the opportunity to engage with peers in a small trusted group setting. The intention is for participants to leave the meeting with increased perspective and nuggets of usable ideas and tactics around critical issues facing nonprofit leaders. Event is limited to 20 Participants. Please RSVP below.

EXCLUSIVELY FOR THRIVE MEMBERS:
NONPROFIT CEO'S AND EXECUTIVE DIRECTORS

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Jan
14
11:30 AM11:30

ThriveConnects: Fundraising Professionals

Thursday, January 14, 2016 from 11:30 am - 1:00 pm. RSVP today!
Exclusively for Thrive Members Only.

There is no cost to attend, just bring your lunch and water/coffee.

For the newcomers - this is an informal peer-support and networking group for Thrive Members who are fundraising professionals/volunteers. Some Executive Directors have joined us as well. We'll start with introductions and then discuss a topic of interest to the group.

You will walk away with new contacts, practical information & resources, referrals or other tips that could help you with your important work in our community. RSVP today!

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Jan
13
11:30 AM11:30

Leadership Circle Luncheon

Thank you to our sponsor

Thrive Leadership Circle Luncheons provide the opportunity to engage with peers in a small trusted group setting. The intention is for participants to leave the meeting with increased perspective and nuggets of usable ideas and tactics around critical issues facing nonprofit leaders. Event is limited to 20 Participants. Please RSVP below.

EXCLUSIVELY FOR THRIVE MEMBERS:
Nonprofit CEO's and Executive Directors


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