Thrive's upcoming programs feature the most pressing challenges and the most creative solutions from our own membership community. Bring along a colleague and enjoy! Many are offered free of charge to Thrive members. Registration is required.
UPCOMING THRIVE FORUMS
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This is our most anticipated forum every year! It is our intention that each Thrive Networking Extravaganza attendee will leave with a sense of connectedness to the larger nonprofit community and will have given and received a positive and valuable exchange.
Each quarter, Thrive holds a Community Forum bringing distinguished speakers and panels of experts to present information on a diverse range of timely subjects. Past forum topics include:
- Philanthropy in Silicon Valley
- Connecting Nonprofits with Tech: One Nonprofit's Success Story and Yours to Follow
- Connecting Tech with Nonprofits: A Candid Discussion with Tech Leaders
- High Tech Accelerator
- The Impact of San Mateo County Sales Tax Measure A
- Engaging NextGen Philanthropists
Structured networking is a key element of each community forum. Our annual Thrive Networking Extravaganza includes basic strategic breakouts and intentional, on-the-spot matching of needs and assets. A table is available for members to bring informational materials.
Past 2016 THRIVE FORUMS
Join Thrive for a community forum and luncheon on the topic of housing the nonprofit workforce and the impacts of the current housing climate on the nonprofit sector. There will be a panel of speakers as well as opportunities for networking. Lunch will be provided.
Exploring Current Constraints & Creative Solutions.
Agenda: 9:00am - 9:30am Registration & Breakfast; 9:30am - 11:30am Program & Panel; 11:30am - 12:00pm Reflection & Networking
On the Table is a day of community building through conversations designed to strengthen and connect our community. Join Thrive's special breakfast conversation on Wednesday, Nov. 15!
Join Dr. Emmett Carson, CEO of Silicon Valley Community Foundation, along with Bryan Breckenridge, Executive Director of Box.org, for a conversation about philanthropy and corporate citizenship in Silicon Valley. This Thrive forum will explore recurring and emerging themes for nonprofits and our local community, including how the rapidly evolving corporate landscape has impacted and will continue to shape local philanthropy.
Join Tom Shapiro and special guests, Eric McDonnell of the United Way Bay Area and Avani Patel of the Peery Foundation for a very special Community Forum. Tom will present his latest book, Toxic Equality - How America's Wealth Gap Destroys Mobility, Deepens the Racial Divide, & Threatens Our Future.
Rick Williams, CEO of Sobrato Family Foundation, will then engage us in conversation with local leaders who work to create greater equity in our region. Lunch and networking will follow. Sign up today!
Thursday, November 17, 2016 | 9:00am - 11:30am
Join Alexa Cortes Culwell and Heather McLeod Grant for a Community Forum event where they will share the findings from their newly released report, "The Giving Code: The State of Silicon Valley Nonprofits and Philanthropy."
"Even though Healthier Kids Foundation is located in Santa Clara County, I want to thank you for suggesting that we become a member of Thrive. I have been to four or five events now and I constantly pick up new ideas and learn something helpful at each meeting. I enjoy learning new ideas and benchmarking with your other members."
- Kathleen M. King, CEO, Healthier Kids Foundation Santa Clara County
Have an idea for the subject of a future forum? Send us an email.