2014 Mission Possible 12th Annual Nonprofit Conference

Your mission, should you choose to accept it...

Everyone who has seen the shows and movies knows the weight these words hold for the character about to embark on their next challenging mission. What about the heavy implication these words can have in the day to day choices we make serving our nonprofit organizations? We're all striving to be the best at what we do - but how often do our nonprofit missions inform our professional success?

 

You owe it to yourself and the communities you serve, to attend the 12th Annual CT Nonprofit Conference on November 6, 2014.
 
The conference promises to shine a spotlight on how your organizational mission can play an important role in the direction you take as a professional.

 

The conference will take place at the Connecticut Convention Center, 100 Columbus Boulevard, Hartford.

Directions here.


Register

Click here to register for the conference online!

You can also download this form and fax it to us! Fax: 860-525-5088.

Or you can register over the phone. Give us a call at 860-525-5080.


Sessions

Check out all the sessions and presenters here.

Download the conference invitation!


Keynote Speaker

Ami Dar is a philanthropist, internet entrepreneur and Website developer best known as the man behind idealist.org, one of the largest nonprofit Websites in the world. Connecting millions of people with charitable organizations worldwide, idealist.org has contributed greatly to the success of the nonprofit industry by generating support for the causes of these organizations, thus helping them fight the greatest problems of the human race – poverty, disease and injustice.Idealist has become one of the most popular nonprofit resources on the Web, with information posted by 70,000 organizations around the world and a staff of 60 in New York, Portland and Buenos Aires.

 
For four consecutive years (2002 – 2005) the Nonprofit Times included Ami in its annual list of the 50 most influential people in the nonprofit sector, and in 2004 Ashoka invited him to join its global fellowship of social entrepreneurs. Time magazine named him a Philanthropy Innovator, and in 2006 the Center for the Advancement of Social Entrepreneurship at Duke’s Fuqua School of Business awarded Ami its annual Leadership in Social Entrepreneurship Award.  
 
One of the driving forces in Ami’s work is his belief that every person has a desire to bring about positive change in the world. This is why Ami began “idealist.org;” to give people options and guide them to where they can really volunteer their time, effort and resources.
 

 


Sponsorship Opportunities

Download details about sponsorship opportunities for the 2014 Mission Possible Nonprofit Conference.

If you'd like to be a sponsor, please contact Patrick McKenna at 860-525-5080 ext. 1020.

 


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