Monthly Programs

TVNPA Monthly Meetings are always open to the community at large at no cost.

Learn new skills, network with other non-profits 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.  Held the second Thursday of each month (with a few exceptions:  be sure to check the calendar page) at the Bankhead Theater in Livermore (2400 First St., Livermore, CA, 94550) from 10am to noon, the monthly program features knowledgeable experts on topics of import to non-profits.

All programs are free and open to all (with the exception of the Forum in Spring of 2019).  Our free monthly programs are made possible by the generosity of our program sponsor the Bankhead Theater, funding from TVNPA memberships, and raffles (with wonderful prizes) held at each program.

The Bankhead Theater is located at:
2400 First Street, Livermore, CA 94550

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February 2019

February Meeting

February 14 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

From the Minors to the Major League – Taking Your Events to the Next Level Planning events as part of your annual development strategy can be a challenge. Attracting the right people, generating positive results and growing with your organization throughout the course of planning a large fundraising event can stretch even the most well-organized nonprofits. How can you improve your “batting average” when planning events to expand your capacity and improve your bottom line? Join us to hear from two of our local nonprofit leaders who have taken their organizations’ annual events from the “minors to the major league.” In our ongoing series centering on fundraising and event development, Angie Carmignani, Executive Director of The Taylor Family Foundation, teams up with Ted Sortwell Clement, Jr., Executive Director of Save Mount Diablo to share practical steps to aid you in “hitting a home run” with your next event!    …

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March 2019

Tri-Valley Nonprofit Alliance presents Forum 2019: Sustainability with a Capital S – The Case for Capacity Building

March 14 @ 8:00 am - 12:30 pm

Conference fees: General Admission:    $50 TVNPA Members receive 50% discount:    $25 Sustainability and capacity building are popular terms circulating through nonprofit organizations these days—but what do these concepts really mean? Join the Tri-Valley Nonprofit Alliance at our Second Annual Forum, featuring a lively discussion with three top experts in the field and opportunities to network with your regional nonprofit community. Is it possible to secure funding for your agency’s long-term growth without sacrificing support for key programs? Will funders actually donate money to “keep the lights on” and cover staff salaries? 

Topics at TVNPA’s second annual half-day conference include how to craft a framework to build organizational capacity and ways to create an associated plan to sustain your organization’s momentum and growth. Panelists will share resources and information designed both to challenge your assumptions and to equip you in building a case for your organization while growing its internal resources.
 
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April 2019

Transform Your Board Into a Fundraising Force!

April 11 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

Board and staff members at nonprofit organizations are keenly aware of the importance of maximizing opportunities to raise funds in support of their programs and operations, but how do we move from concepts to action? Join us as speaker Kay Sprinkel Grace dives into the “why and how” of fundraising boards at a lively presentation illustrating her successful “AAA” model of growing “Ambassadors, Advocates and Askers.” Mobilizing a board of directors to become a fundraising force can transform an agency into being a highly effective organization strategically positioned to achieve its mission. We realize that not everyone who sits on a board will be amenable to asking for money, yet we know that effective fundraising is based on relationships and engagement with supporters and donors. How do we create opportunities for all board members to feel encouraged and empowered in forming and nurturing those connections?  Kay will illustrate how to…

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