|2018 Capacity Builder's Conference: 20th Anniversary|
Our 2018 theme is "Re-envisioning Our Field: Advancing Racial Equity and Leading Innovation in Capacity Building." We believe this is a critical time for our field to reflect, to learn together, and to consider how our work should evolve to address racial inequities in our society. From amplifying emerging approaches to reflecting on research and exploring its implications for practice, we invite you to save-the-date and plan to bring your perspectives, experiences, and energy to our annual convening.
Registration will open in early March. If you want to be among the first to know more details when registration opens, sign up below to add yourself to the Conference Mailing List.
Travel Info: Hartford, CT
Call for Volunteers
The 2018 Alliance Conference Committee is hard at work putting together an incredible slate of speakers, presenters and opportunities for networking and socializing. They could use a few more volunteers to help round out subcommittee work. Specifically, we are looking for members to help lead in the following areas:
If you are interested in helping in any capacity, please contact Elaine Powers in the Alliance office.
Interested in Being a 2018 Conference Sponsor?
This year’s conference offers a variety of opportunities for sponsors to showcase their support to this vital audience of nonprofit leaders, capacity builders, funders and researchers. From receptions to lunches to inclusion of your organization in all of our conference promotional materials, our sponsorship options provide a range of ways for you to show your commitment to the field of capacity building and to the social sector. The attached set of options is included for your consideration. We are also glad to consider shared sponsorships; please contact us if that is of interest.
We are looking for innovative workshop sessions sharing new, leading-edge content aligned with our conference theme, “Re-envisioning Our Field: Advancing Racial Equity and Leading Innovation in Capacity Building”. We seek well-designed, interactive sessions that incorporate evidence or research, creative presentation formats, and highly experiential learning that will inspire conference participants to evolve their approaches to capacity building. More Information