When:
Thursday, Feb 21, 2019 6:00p -
8:00p

Where:
WeWork
One Beacon Street
Boston, MA 02108

Admission:
FREE

Categories:
Business, Innovation, Lectures & Conferences, Meetup, Social Good, Tech

Event website:
https://learningbygivingfoundation.org/events/relevance-the-critical-role-of-community-voice-for-nonprofits/

Are you an emerging leader hoping to learn how to make your donations of time, talent, and treasure more impactful?

Please join Doris Buffett’s Learning by Giving Foundation on Thursday, February 21 for the first event of a four-part series: Relevance: The Critical Role of Community Voice for Nonprofits. We will host an in-depth conversation about the critical influence of the community on nonprofit work.

The four-part series will dive into each attribute of the RISE framework developed by the Social Impact Lab at Northeastern University, which is used by nonprofit leaders as a dashboard for assessing and building their organizational capacity, and by donors seeking to support the work of high-performing organizations. The series is hosted by Learning by Giving's Emerging Leaders Council -- click here to learn more about the Emerging Leaders Network.

This event is free but attendees are encouraged to support LxG classes with a donation of $25. Free drinks and food will be provided.

We hope to see you there!

Speakers:
Christina Haines, Volunteer Manager, Silver Lining Mentoring
Mario Hines, Chief Program Officer, InnerCity Weightlifting
Peter Ducharme, Director of Program Services, Bridge Over Troubled Waters
Amy Kingman, Executive Director, Learning by Giving Foundation
Shanna O’Berry, Director of Academic Programs, Learning by Giving Foundation

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