Giving Goes Social
Monday, April 29, 2013
92Y Tribeca, New York City
Workshop, Reception, and Public Event
with Rob Reich, Lucy, Bernholz, Beth Kanter, and special guests from the worlds of philanthropy and social media
The Stanford Center on Philanthropy and Civil Society and 92YTribeca present a special workshop and public event on what the worlds of philanthropy and social media are learning from each other.
When: Monday, April 29, 2013
Time: 3-5:30 Workshop; 5:30-6:30 Reception; 6:30-8 Public Event
Where: The workshop, reception, and public event will all be held at the 92YTribeca, 200 Hudson St. New York, NY
Cost & Registration: See below or click here to skip to registration details.
The afternoon workshop, “Social Media Mindsets and Tool Sets for Nonprofit Leaders,” will beled by Beth Kanter. Kanter is a master trainer, blogger, speaker, and author of two books, The Networked Nonprofit and Measuring the Networked Nonprofit. The workshop is intended for executive directors and organizational leaders that work fornonprofits and want to learn tips and techniques for scaling social in their organizations.
The workshop provide a mix of content and time for discussion/reflection so leaders can begin to change their organizations from the inside out to scale the benefits of using social media for social good. They will also leave with many practical tips and suggestions for using social media tools to achieve impact for themselves and their organizations.
Special guests include: Matthew Bishop, Editor, Economist, on the future of philanthropy; Jeremy Heimans, Co-Founder & CEO, Purpose, on mass digital movements; Aaron Sherinian, EVP, UN Foundation, on PR, social media and non-profits - the winning strategy; Peter Sims, author, Little Bets, on how little bets can pay off big for non-profits; and others.
Following the workshop, a free public reception will be held at the 92Y Tribeca. Stanford alumni, nonprofit leaders, social media experts, and the general public are al invited to mingle from 5:30 to 6:30pm and enjoy drinks and snacks.
PUBLIC EVENT DETAILS
Stanford PACS brings Rob Reich and Lucy Bernholz to a New York audience to share their far-sighted thinking on the future of good, part of the pair’s ReCoding Good the 21st Century project. At Stanford, Rob and Lucy are engaged in leading-edge research exploring21st Century, technology-driven innovations in philanthropy and civil society.Their talk will widen perspectives on everything from philanthropy’s uneasy relationship to democracy to how big data and the sharing economy are transforming giving. Audience Q&A to follow.
Kim Meredith (Executive Director, Stanford Center on Philanthropy and Civil Society) and Henry Timms (Deputy Executive Director, 92Y) willkick the evening off with an overview of the principles of #GivingTuesday and how scholars, leaders, and practitioners are driving social giving.
General admission is $25 for the workshop or public event. Discounted tickets for $20 are available for Stanford alumni and guest by using the promo code “Stanford”
A $30 discounted package is available for those who wish to attend both the workshop and event by using the promo code Stanford.
The 5:50-6:30 reception is free and open to the public
Purchase tickets through 92YTribeca at http://www.92y.org/Tribeca or by calling the 92Y (1212.415.5500).
Step-by-step instructions for buying tickets on the 92Y site:
1. From the 92YTribeca page, selected the date of the event (April 29) and click “buy now”
2. In the promo code box enter Stanford, then click the purple arrow to validate code
3. Add your tickets to cart and proceed to purchase.
4. If buying the package ticket (workshop and event) visit http://www.92y.org/subscriptions/series/detail.aspx?series=647 and enter the promo code Stanford.
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