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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TVNPA is changing it up this year at our 5th Annual Grantmakers Panel! We’re not only shining a light on the grantmaker’s perspective, we’re also expanding our scope to include what it takes for organizations to prepare and submit winning grant proposals. Our 2019 panel features speakers with significant experience working and volunteering in the public service arena and for corporate philanthropy. They’ll bring a wealth of knowledge and practical experience about grants and the variety of options that are available to nonprofit organizations. Bring your nonprofit staff members, board directors, & volunteers to learn the insider's guide to writing & submitting grants! About our Speakers: Julene Allen, Management Consultant, Organizational Effectiveness Julene has over 15 years of professional experience in Organizational Effectiveness. Her nonprofit experience began in the Santa Barbara Foundation’s Grants Program department where she oversaw childcare scholarships, health blood banking and summer camperships programs, as well as…View Event Details »
Join us as for a very special conversation with a dynamic duo of speakers featuring nonprofit organization founders Elaine Taylor of The Taylor Family Foundation & Susan Houghton of Sunflower Hill. TVNPA explores Navigating Organizational Transitions in a discussion of how we achieve future success long after founders pass the baton of leadership. Nonprofit leaders, and especially founders, have an extremely close and personal connection to the work of the organizations they lead. Starting a successful nonprofit is one of the greatest challenges a founder can face. Finding the right future leaders to continue the mission, along with transitioning them into their roles at the right time, can be equally as difficult. The nonprofit journey involves many phases as it moves from its origins to become a mature organization. Successful nonprofit organizations share common challenges as they grow from their “start-up” days—forming early boards, creating programs and services, and establishing…View Event Details »
TVNPA’s A Meeting of the Minds Workshop features “round-robin” discussion groups designed to bring together industry experts with participating nonprofit professionals, board directors and volunteers. We'll explore four development topics in small group discussions guided by local nonprofit leaders who will rotate between groups. Organizations will be categorized by: The Arts, Health Organizations, Education, and Direct Services. Workshops will last for 15 minutes each and rotate from one organization group to the next, until all groups have had the opportunity to participate in all four workshops. Workshop topics will focus on discussing nonprofit critical development tools and will feature: • Marketing and Social Media for Events • Database Systems • Stewardship and Cultivation of Donors • Board Engagement and Fundraising Following the the round-robin sessions, attendees will convene in the auditorium for a thirty-minute Q&A session with topic experts. TVNPA welcomes you to bring your knowledge, experiences, stories and…View Event Details »