On June 17th, skip the traffic on your way home and escape from the rain with us at Denmark on High. As Guest Bartenders, 15% of drink sales will go to benefit the work Community Shares does to support and assist our more than 60 member nonprofits to create a more just, caring and healthy community for all.
Proceeds from this event helps Community Shares to provide our member nonprofits:
- access to cost savings which frees donor money from overhead to use for programs and staffing;
- support, advice and best practices from more than 60 nonprofits working in Central Ohio;
- access to education sessions throughout the year to assist them in their operations, fundraising and administration;
- extends their community impact by diversifying their revenue streams;
- and so much more.
Drop by Denmark on High (above the former Yankee Trader) for Happy Hour or an after dinner drink for an evening of community and sharing our impact. You'll also get to meet Community Shares staff, chat with our member charities and connect with fellow supporters.
We hope to see you there!
P.S. You can RSVP on our Event Page or just drop in for a drink.
463 North High Street, 2nd Floor
Join nonprofit professionals from all over Central Ohio for networking, sharing best practices and collaborating to better whole community.
This year the event will be Friday, June 12th from 8:30am to 6pm at the Garden Theater in the Short North. The day features four presentations designed to get those in attendance networking, engaging and interacting:
Christy Faunbaugh of Ohio Arts Council will present on Strategy. If your organization closed tomorrow, what damage would result for the community? Our opening session will explore this critical question through the lens of strategy development. Organizations of all sizes must clarify core values, create a compelling vision, and design a strategic mission and goals for long-term sustainability.
Jason Moore with Fulcrum Creatives will present on Branding. In this session we will discuss how your positioning and messaging is built off of your organization's core values and audiences. This informs everything your organization uses to represent itself from a case for support to your marketing plan.
Emily R. Campbell, CFRE with Columbus Academy will present The Art of Making the Ask. Fundraising is a noble profession that has been a part of human history for centuries. Our causes and the environments in which we work have evolved over time, but the basic principles and psychology of giving remain much the same. In this workshop session, we will review proven fundraising "science" and explore the "art" of creatively applying these principles to our various organizations and diverse donor bases. Topics will include: individual and corporate relationship development, solicitation techniques and volunteer management.
J.R. McMillan with Avatar Creative Technology will present Meaningful Measurements - Turning Success into Strategy. Surveys seem simple enough, but is your organization asking the right questions, the right way, to the right people? Aside from event attendance and donation dollars, how do you consistently measure success? Learn new methods for engaging your audience and gathering actionable feedback through a series of interactive exercises that answer the questions you probably didn’t even know you need to ask. Sustainable success comes from identifying your nonprofit’s strengths and challenges, but also measuring them in a manner that helps create an ongoing strategy for adaptation and improvement.
Tickets to Cause Collaborative will get you all four session, lunch from Freedom a la Cart, light breakfast, and happy hour at Ethel’s Stage Left Lounge for only $35. Get your tickets today as seating is limited! Buy your tickets online.
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