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November 11-12, 2011, the Vivanista Fundraising Summit brings together volunteers, leaders, field experts and nonprofit professionals to learn and exchange best practices in creative, effective fundraising. Summit speakers will address a variety of relevant topics in a series of short TED-like talks, discussions and interactive workshops.
Why You Should Attend:
Includes kick-off party and all-day conference
STAR BAR & VIVABRITE AWARDS - Friday, November 11, 7:00 PM- 10:00 PM
The Summit kicks off Friday, November 11th Star Bar Cocktail party and VivaBrite Awards, where there will be wine and technology pairings, face-to-face access to fundraising experts, and mingling with fellow attendees. Nominate a VivaBrite >>
Hosted at 12 Gallagher Lane
This 3,300 square-foot art salon is split between a grand 2,500-foot first floor and an 800 square-foot private loft area and is located in the emerging Art District or Gallery Row — commonly known as the Moscone West and Yerba Buena Gardens district in downtown San Francisco.
THE FUNDRAISING SUMMIT - Saturday, November 12, 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM
Vivanista’s Fundraising Summit disrupts the traditional nonprofit conference. Leveraging successful corporate strategies, the stellar line-up of speakers address hard-hitting issues nonprofits and volunteer groups are similarly facing: branding, media relations, corporate sponsor sales, ROI-based events and how to maintain sustainable audiences.
AUCTIONS - BRANDING - CORPORATE SPONSORSHIP - CROWDSOURCING - EVENT PROMOTION - LEADERSHIP - SOCIAL MEDIA - VOLUNTARISM
Distinguished speakers include:
Hosted at San Francisco Art Institute
Learn more, visit us at Vivanista.com
Attendees and Partners please contact Annie Vranizan, firstname.lastname@example.org
Nonprofits and Press please contact Stacy Colemen, email@example.com
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