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We all strive to provide informative, thought-provoking, engaging and well-attended programming that also provides an opportunity for participants to make connections with their peers. But this is easier said than done. This session will explore three case studies from your PSO colleagues, who will share not only successes and lessons learned but also their challenges and failures.
Compiled responses from a June 2012 listserve query on mid-year memos to members.
Find materials for this session focused on the 2020 Census held at the 2018 PolicyWorks Institute before Foundations on the Hill
Sample materials from regional associations for briefings and other programming with their members and state government officials.
See how other regional philanthropy-serving organizations are promoting Foundations on the Hill with their members including email and on their websites.
Indiana Philanthropy Alliance shares a snapshot of promising practices for advancing diversity, equity and inclusion in philanthropy.
This two-page summary of the D5 Initiative outlines the vision, priorities and strategies, as well as a list of the current D5 funder advisers, leadership team members, and coalition partners.
Each regional association sets its own membership criteria. See what types of organizations are eligible for membership at other regional associations across the country.
A collection of sample membership marketing brochures.
Notes taken during the November 1, 2010 RA discussion that included membership recruitment & retention strategies, online renewal process, and dues increases.
Ever wonder what benefits other regional associations offer to their members? The Forum maintains a collection of regional association member benefits which can be used for benchmarking and generate ideas for new offerings.
Non-member surveys can help your organization gather important information about underserved audiences and pique interest in your regional association.