Wednesday, May 20, 2009

Presenting at Nonprofit Innovation Event


U.S. Bank invites those who work in the nonprofit and philanthropic sector to an in-depth seminar and workshop on best practices organized by the Caster Family Center for Nonprofit Research at the University of San Diego.

The session will present field-tested models of how organizations throughout the nation are functioning more effectively through collaborative inter-organizational relationships or the innovative use of technology. Participants will have the opportunity to discuss these ideas in small groups with the presenters over lunch.

The seminar will feature:

  • The Children's Support Foundation of New York - Shared Planned Giving
  • Pittsburgh Human Resources Collaborative - Shared HR Functions
  • Council of Community Clinics of San Diego - Shared Purchasing
  • USD Professor Mary McDonald - Mechanics of Collaboration
  • Shakespeare Santa Cruz - Fundraising Through Innovative Technology
  • Heather Carpenter and Tom Cesarini - Additional Technology Tools for Increased Efficiency

Please join us for this informative event - and please be sure to invite your friends and colleagues:

  • Date: Friday, June 5, 2009
  • Time: 8:00 AM-12:45 PM
  • Place: University of San Diego, Mother Rosalie Hill Hall, Warren Auditorium
    5998 Alcala Park, San Diego, CA 92110
  • Fee: $25 per person, breakfast and lunch will be provided.
    Scholarships available upon request.

View the event's working agenda.

Register online at
Direct questions to Carmen Valencia at or (619) 260-8839.

You can follow the Caster Family Center for Nonprofit Research on Twitter @USDNONPROFIT.

1 comment:

Jun Loayza said...

Oh wow, wish I could go to this. Is there anything like this in Los Angeles?

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- Jun