DonorEdge logoSave the Date! DonorEdge Learning Community 2014 Annual Meeting

Generation N: Transforming the Next Nonprofit Sector through Technology and Transparency

Sacramento, Calif.   •   May 28-30, 2014

Hosted by the Sacramento Region Community Foundation

Special lodging rate available. See the Register tab for more information.

Beth Kanter     Rebecca Graves     Logo for Sacramento Region Community Foundation

2014 speakers Beth Kanter and Rebecca Graves

Scenes from the 2013 meeting

Derrick Feldmann   David Biemesderfer

Jacob Harold   2013 attendees in the buffet line

Generation N: Transforming the Next Nonprofit Sector through Technology and Transparency

Lodging

Embassy Suites Sacramento—Riverfront Promenade
100 Capitol Mall
Sacramento, California, 95814
1-800-498-5237

Conference rate: $149 per night for single or double occupancy
Reservation deadline to receive conference rate: May 7, 2014

Register onlineuse discount code SRC

or

Call 1-800-498-5237 and ask for the GuideStar DonorEdge Learning Community Conference group rate

Note: The conference rate is available immediately before and after the conference, should you wish to arrive early or stay after the meeting ends to enjoy the Sacramento area.

Conference

Generation N: Transforming the Next Nonprofit Sector through Technology and Transparency

The Sacramento Region Community Foundation is this year's host community foundation. The conference begins on May 28 at 2 p.m. and concludes on May 30 at 11 a.m.

Our keynote speaker will be Beth Kanter, trainer and nonprofit innovator in networks, learning, and social media. Beth's contributions in these areas have been recognized by Business Week and Fast Company Magazine.

You'll also hear from Rebecca Graves, executive director of CFInsights, who leads CF Insights and Foundation Strategy Group's Community-Based Philanthropy focus area, where she helps community leaders and philanthropists on issues of strategy, evaluation, and organizational sustainability.

Please join us for peer-to-peer interactive presentations, work sessions, and innovation labs focused on community foundation challenges and solutions such as those below:

  • How can community foundations effectively communicate to nonprofits, donors, prospective donors and community leaders about the value of shared data?
  • How can community foundations raise awareness of their brand and their work that incorporates shared data?
  • How can community foundations become the recognized community knowledge connector and philanthropic portal?