Generosity Xchange

October 19-20, 2022 | USA

Generosity exchange conference
Generosity Xchange is a two-day virtual conference hosted by Neon One on October 19 and 20, 2022. The conference presents a great opportunity for fundraisers across the nonprofit industry to hear from thought leaders and Neon One experts, network with other nonprofit professionals, and hone their fundraising skills! Generosity Xchange 2022 will feature sessions from Cherian Koshy, Erica Waasdorp, Mallory Erickson, and other nonprofit leaders. The keynote will be a virtual fireside chat with Edgar Villanueva, author of Decolonizing Wealth, and Denise Barreto, Founder of Relationships Matter Now. The conference will also feature lots of opportunities to get an insider’s look at  Neon One’s suite of software tools, including hands-on workshops and how-tos for Neon One clients, the presentation of the 2022 Changemaker Awards, and an update from our VP of Product Management—-featuring a sneak peek at the tools and features we’re developing.

Spotlight

Nirajan’s story shows how many partners are required to deliver quality healthcare to the world’s poorest. Thanks to our many partners including Saathi Sewa, the Nepali government, Buddha Air, GE, the Indian Embassy, medical centers across the country, and our crowdfunding partner Watsi. Here is Nirajan's journey from diagnosis to treatment.


OTHER PAST CONFERENCES

Trusts Fundraising Conference 2022

November 23, 2022 | UK

Trusts fundraising has always been a steady and essential income stream for charities of all sizes and during the last couple of years we’ve seen how the processes of grant fundraising adapted to support charities through difficult times. In this conference we’ll meet the funders to better understand their view of the sector and tips for approaching an application. We’ll be looking at how you can avoid admin heavy processes with little financial reward and also look towards the future of grant fundraising.

The Collaborative: Virtual Sessions

June 15-16, 2022 | USA

The Collaborative is going virtual again in 2021, and if the opportunity to engage with some of our most admired nonprofit experts and leaders isn’t reason enough to attend, it’s also totally free. Over 10,000 registrants reserved their spot at the Collaborative: Virtual Sessions in 2020, and this year our carefully curated breakout sessions, wellness initiatives, and hand-selected speakers will leave you once again with takeaways and tactics to accelerate your mission. The Collaborative: Virtual Sessions unites changemakers from all corners of the nonprofit space to empower each other, inspire innovation, and cultivate community. Our networking opportunities create a space for you to interact and learn from some of the most reputable experts in the industry, in addition to building meaningful relationships with like-minded leaders through group networking opportunities and one-on-one discussions.

DMAW Digital Day

June 29, 2022 | USA

Mark you calendars! This year's Digital Day Forum will take place Wednesday, June 29. The theme is Embracing Change and Transformation and will feature a strategy and tactics track. Session topics include: Audience Diversification, Retaining Emergency Donors, Automation, Segmentation and more! This full day program is your chance to gain valuable insight from industry leaders on trends and smart integration techniques that you can apply to your online strategy. Calling all digital fundraisers! This day-long in person event is perfect for anyone looking to take home tactical tips to level-up their digital fundraising. Details are still being released, so keep an eye out on their event page for more information.

Idaho Nonprofit Statewide Conference 2022

August 30-September 1, 2022 | USA

Join over 300 nonprofit professionals - from board members to CEOs and everyone in between - at the premier event for Idaho nonprofit leaders as they address critical issues and opportunities in the nonprofit sector

Spotlight

Nirajan’s story shows how many partners are required to deliver quality healthcare to the world’s poorest. Thanks to our many partners including Saathi Sewa, the Nepali government, Buddha Air, GE, the Indian Embassy, medical centers across the country, and our crowdfunding partner Watsi. Here is Nirajan's journey from diagnosis to treatment.

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