Evolving Community Investment & Engagement Strategies in 2017

This upcoming Wednesday, April 19th, HandsOn Bay Area and ThinkThank have teamed up with innovative leaders from organizations like The San Francisco Foundation, ACLU, Google, Microsoft, PwC, SAP and Symantec to discuss strategies they’re implementing in 2017.

At the time of this event we will be roughly 100 days post inauguration, experiencing significant changes to government, law, resources and taxes in 2017. Hear directly from experts on their outlook and approach to build and heal divided communities in this drastically shifting landscape including:

  • Dismantling divides through innovative, inclusive leadership.
  • Evolving mutually impactful partnership strategies in changing times.
  • Healing through community investment, service, and action.

Event Overview

5:30 – 6:15 PM: Attendee Networking & Discussions

6:15 – 6:30 PM: San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus & Introduction

 6:30 – 7:15 PM: Community, Equality & Nonprofit Strategies | Learn more

 7:15 - 8:00 PM: Inclusive Corporate Practices & Partnerships

 8:00 - 9PM: Audience Q&A, Final Remarks & Networking

Why We are Gathering

The need to find common ground through shared purpose and develop strategies for cross sector collaboration is critical regardless of sex, race, gender or political preference. Inclusive leadership is not only the key to forming culture and driving collective impact; it can also be practiced personally every day, regardless of role. Let’s unite the Bay Area and learn how we can all make a positive impact in 2017, together.

Join us if you have questions about:

  • How and why to start or evolve this year’s corporate giving strategy.
  • The most effective partnership approaches between nonprofits and companies.
  • How to engage your company and community in purposeful action.

The Gray Area

Gray Area is a nonprofit and space in the Grand Theater in the Mission. Their mission is to apply art and technology to create positive social impact. They recently showed leadership starting the Fire Relief Fund, collaboratively raising almost $900,000 for the victims after the tragic fire erupted in an artist collective workspace in the Fruitvale district of Oakland.

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