TVNPA Monthly Meetings are always open to the community at large at no cost.
Learn new skills, network with other nonprofits and businesses, discover answers to unanswered questions, ponder new paths for your organizations. All of this happens for attendees at each of our monthly program meetings. Our meetings are held the second Thursday of each month (with a few exceptions: be sure to check the calendar page).
Monthly programs are free, open to all, and feature knowledgeable experts on topics of import to nonprofits.
TVNPA is dedicated to keeping our members and guests safe while still providing compelling programming. Beginning in March 2020, we adjusted our monthly programs to be held via Zoom. Currently most of our meetings are “hybrid” – allowing an in person option as well as an opportunity to connect virtually. Please check meeting registration for details.
In-person programs are held at either at The Bankhead Theater or TVNPA’s CommonPoint Nonprofit Center in Livermore from 10am-noon. Location information is specified in the registration page for the event.
We thank the Bankhead Theater for its support of TVNPA programming!
Thank you to Sandia National Laboratories for sponsoring our 2023 Community Programs!
Past Monthly Program Topics:
|April 2023||Ins and Outs of Perception; Crafting the Culture and Brand of Your Organization|
Melanie Sedak – Valley Humane Society
|March 2023||In Conversation with Tri-Valley Mayors|
Panel discussion led by Marti Sutton
John Marchand, Mayor of the City of Livermore
Melissa Hernandez, Mayor of the City of Dublin
Mark Armstrong, Vice Mayor of the City of San Ramon
Karla Brown, Mayor of the City of Pleasanton
Robert Storer, Mayor of the Town of Danville
|February 2023||Banking and Investing for Nonprofits: Through the Eyes of Financial Services|
Panel discussion led by Kathy Young
Charles Crohare, Uncle Credit Union
Judith Feuer, Edward Jones
Greg Mellor, First Citizens Bank
Kimbrely Gruidl, Fremont Bank
Matthew Petroski, Armanino Foundation
Lydia Santin, Poppy Bank
|December 2022||Fireside Chat: Celebrating Our Volunteers|
Panel discussion lead by Kathy Young
Chris Carter, Livermore Valley Arts
Carolyn Siegfried, Pedrozzi Foundation
Christine Dillman, Tri-Valley Haven
Susan Houghton, Three Valleys Community Foundation
Angie Carmignani, Nonprofit Consultant
|October 2022||7th Annual Grantmakers Panel|
Panel discussion lead by Carolyn Siegfried
Susan Hayes – Tri-Valley Nonprofit Fund
Jay Ingram – City of Pleasanton Human Services
Jack Mahoney – Silicon Valley Community Foundation
Michelle Walker Wade – Sandia National Laboratories
Cher Wollard – Livermore Commission for the Arts.
|September 2022||Fundraising in 2022: National Trends & Local Perspectives|
Panel discussion lead by Shaké Sulikyan
Drew Lindsay, Chronicle of Philanthropy
Marisa Melo, Meals on Wheels – Alameda County
Aarika Riddle, Kristi Yamaguchi’s Always Dream
Lisa Tromovitch, SPARC Theater
|August 2022||Leading Others Through Change|
Arthur Barinque – Center for Excellence in Nonprofits
|June 2022||Fundraising in the Post Pandemic World|
DeeDee Kiesow – The Six Figure Fundraiser
|May 2022||Going for the Gold…. Or Even Platinum!|
Will Anzenberger, Development Manager – Valley Humane Society
Denise Bridges, Development Directory – Open Heart Kitchen
|April 2022||Re-engaging Donors in a Hybrid World|
Lisa Salomon, Salomon Strategic Development
|March 2022||In Conversation with the Tri-Valley Mayors|
Newell Arnerich – Town of Danville
Karla Brown – City of Pleasanton
Melissa Hernandez – City of Dublin
Sridhar Verose Vice Mayor – City of San Ramon
Bob Woerner – City of Livermore
Read all about this event in the Pleasanton Weekly!
|January 2022||How to Get Noticed! The Magic of Marketing Demystified|
Robin Fahr, VP Marketing, Visit Tri-Valley