BEN WILL BE PRESENTING AT THIS YEAR'S CONFERENCE
TEAM RHINOCORN WILL BE ATTENDING THIS EVENT FOR NETWORKING & EDUCATION
Points of Light's Conference on Volunteering and Service provides the singular opportunity for thousands from around the world to come together to shape the future of volunteerism. As the world's largest service-related convening, it brings more than 3,500 nonprofit, government, business and civic leaders together to gain and share knowledge, resources and connections needed to galvanize the power of people to create change globally.
BEN'S PRESENTATION DETAILS:
Corporate Responsibility Advancement: The Nonprofit's Answer to CSR - For too long, CSR has been generically seen as a two-way road: a concept that both corporations and nonprofits alike engage within and benefit from. But it’s not. And while CSR often drives the private sector to partner with nonprofits, often nonprofits don't have a designed response model to powerfully reply. Focused on the design of nonprofit mission advancement and alignment, this session will focus on how nonprofits can use a 5 step model to create a CRA model for their own nonprofit.
- Tuesday June 20th - 4:00pm - 5:30pm
Ben will introduce nonprofit event participants to a 5 step process helping them create a starter Corporate Relationship Advancement model:
- Asset Mapping where nonprofits will learn how to organize daily and annual strengths and resources to discover solutions for increased corporate engagement and relationship development.
- Mission vs. Motion Mapping where nonprofits will learn how to identify which of their assets help advance their mission and which assets are just simply branded content.
- How to identify the need for new Program or Asset Development to more powerfully support mission-driven assets to excite your corporate partners.
- How to develop a Relationship Matrix & Giving Level model that offers corporations advancing giving levels with customizable mission-driven relationship opportunities.
- How to take all of these identifications and challenges and adopt them culturally into their organization to meet the challenges of a newly organized CRA process.