How many Jacks or Janes of all trades working at a nonprofit organization make time for learning and development? Answer: not enough.
It’s easy to be consumed by the day-to-day responsibilities required in a resource-constrained environment. Nonprofit professionals deserve and benefit from outside education and networking, breaking away from organizational tunnel vision developed as a result of year-end fundraising or that upcoming gala you’ve been planning for six months.
So if you’re employed or associated with a nonprofit and have responsibilities related to fundraising and/or marketing, you’re highly encouraged to register for CauseMic AMPLIFY, a one-day digital marketing conference hosted in Portland, OR, on April 1st (no fooling!).
If you need some justification for spending the day with leading experts, here’s four reasons to register:
1. AMPLIFY’s content is king and it rules
At CauseMic, we are humbled to serve and engage with nonprofit clients of all sizes with unique missions who are dedicated to solving some of the world’s most complex challenges.
We curated AMPLIFY’s sessions based on some of the most commonly asked questions we hear, along with in-depth research on the state of philanthropy and insights from top nonprofit executives like Brian August, COO from the Oregon Humane Society, and Love Centerwall, VP of Development at OMSI, who will speak on their shared experiences with growing revenue and building high performance teams.
2. It’s one [jam-packed] day
AMPLIFY is on April 1st from 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. at the Mercy Corps Action Center in downtown Portland. If you’re local, you won’t need to worry about booking any accommodations for a multi-day conference, and if you’ve got a longer journey, we are happy to send along our favorite-spots-in-Portland list so you can spend a little time enjoying the city while enabling that out-of-office reply.
3. You will learn in an intimate setting among peers
Mercy Corps is a global humanitarian aid organization tackling incredible work in more than 40 countries. Within their headquarters in Portland lies the Action Center, a beautiful event space that will be utilized for the AMPLIFY conference.
Attendees can expect to join approximately 150 nonprofit peers and leading experts to network and share ideas, meals, and happy hour conversations. You won’t be tasked with navigating a complex campus or choosing among a never-ending list of sessions. AMPLIFY, simplified.
4. AMPLIFY is an affordable, educational experience
Recent industry reporting suggests nonprofit organizations spend on average $1,360 per employee on learning and development each year.
AMPLIFY tickets are available for just $199 in February, which includes seven speaking sessions and breakfast, lunch, and a happy hour beverage on site. And for those who are still reading, use the code AMPLIFYFEB when you register at amplifypdx.com and get 15% off the ticket price when you sign up before March 1, 2020.
Thanks to the following sponsors for helping us keep the costs low for nonprofit attendees:
We hope to see you and your colleagues at AMPLIFY on April 1st. If you have any questions, send ‘em over to that little chat box in the bottom right hand side of your screen or simply email email@example.com.