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.
See examples from other PSOs on what they are using to guide this process.
Compiled responses from a 2/2/16 listserv query about sponsorship and advertising models at regional associations.
Compiled responses from a 12/11/15 listserve query about anti-gun violence programming.
The power of the Forum Network is the expertise, insight, and advice that is shared among the 250+ staff nationwide. But while listserve discussions and phone conversations are useful, there is nothing like meeting face-to-face with the only people who really understand the work that you do every day. During this extended session you will get to know your colleagues as more than just voices on a conference call!
Compiled responses from an October 2009 and May 2014 listserve query on non-solicitation policies.
The compiled responses from a March 19, 2014 query regarding sponsorship packages for large events such as signature programs and annual conferences.
Compiled responses, sample materials, and event descriptions from a October 2013 query on regional association programming for Family Foundations.
A response from an August 2012 listserve query on foundations, advisors, and potential speakers working the Program Related Investments arena. Not to be shared.
Case studies from philanthropy-serving organizations that articulate why grantmaker members should engage in public policy work.