Meet Up & Happy Hour: Collaborations That Work
Thursday, May 19, 2016 3:00 pm
5:30 pm PT
In-person | San Francisco, CA
This event is no longer available.
Much discussion is being directed toward how strategic partnerships can lead to greater social impact. But what actually constitutes a beneficial collaboration? How does your organization find the right partner, build the right relationships and execute accordingly? More importantly, how does one define a partnership as “successful”?
At our Spring Meet Up, you’ll hear from those with tried and tested experience developing partnerships that work. We will explore successful partnerships originating right here in the Bay Area including those between Nonprofit to Nonprofit, Nonprofit to Foundation, Nonprofit to Government, and Nonprofit to Corporate. Each partnership will be introduced, and best practices and possible pitfalls will be shared. A Q&A will follow.
Afterward, join us for a happy hour so that you can deepen connections and start developing the relationships that could lead to your next successful partnership.
- 3:00-4:30 pm - Meet Up (2nd floor)
- 4:30-5:30 pm - Happy Hour (6th floor)
Collaborations that Work features:
- Moy Eng, CAST (Community Arts Stabilization Fund)
- Lex Leifheit, City and County of SF
- Wade Fuller, DataKind
- Kris Leja, Habitat for Humanity
- Debbie Wilber, Hamilton Family Center
- Katherine Zavala, IDEX (International Development Exchange)
- Kimberly Wicoff, San Francisco Education Fund
- Alex Tourk, SF.Citi
- Alanya Green, Taproot
Presented in partnership with Young Nonprofit Professionals-San Francisco Bay Area