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We're excited to announce this year the conference will be photographed by two great photographs and women-owned businesses. The Blue Umbrella will take the lead and be photographing workshops, activities, exhibits, and random crowd...
If you're wondering what time "Doug the Jug" will juggle or when Tai Chi is offered, you should download the Whova app. For the 2016 Madison Nonprofit Day Conference, Collaboration for Good, Inc. has partnered with...
Collaboration for Good, Inc. has partnered with Whova to provide a mobile conference experience for our attendees. View the full conference schedule— workshops and activities— from your cell phone. Create your own customized...
Take over Monona Terrace. Join a small army of activists and advocates for social good, as they grow their passion, share their experience, and learn the skills needed to do good, better. It'll be you, your crew, and 600+ social and civic leaders. Awesome.
Listen to, converse with, and be inspired by more than 30 fascinating civic and social good leaders and your fellow attendees.
We've got engagement levels for you— from the basic Q&A; to participatory; to the roll-up your sleeves and get to work— your engagement style is covered.
Meet, greet, and hangout with 600+ new friends, allies, and collaborators. Make connections, self-driven or through our ambassador program.
We all need a break. The Conference offers respite from your daily grind; but the conference activities offer a mental break from the conference.
The Madison Nonprofit Day Conference is a roll-up your sleeves, dig-in, and hold-on conference. It brings civic and social 'do-gooders' from around the midwest to learn, connect, and grow in a single, exhausting, invigorating, inspiring, and awesome day.
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It's early yet, but we've already started gathering cross-sector leaders to share and engage with you— their skills, expertise, and the secrets of their success. Here's a small taste of what's to come. The schedule has been released as of September 12th. View pre-conference, general sessions, and flash sessions. Secondary activities such as yoga, exhibits, keynotes, etc. are being added.
Technology has changed the way we work. Discover how to better use technology to engage your team and achieve your mission.
We all know fundraising is an essential to nonprofits. This session will provide you with tools to engage all levels of your organization in fundraising.
Loyal, long-term volunteers are out there— you just have to find them! Learn to recruit and manage volunteers who do good work and increase your agency's capacity.
Unconscious bias impacts our daily lives— the ways that our organizations function from the board to staff. Combat the role of has unconscious bias in your workplace.
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Early Registration is open. These tickets offer a $25 discount off our normal ticket price. Join a small army of activists and advocates for social good, as they grow their passion, share their experience, and learn the skills needed to do good, better. Limited scholarships are available.
Without the support of our sponsors and partners, an event like the Madison Nonprofit Day Conference is impossible to accomplish. We work with our sponsors and partners to keep expanding the depth and breadth of the conference— which is important to keep the conference fresh, engaging, and beneficial.