Moving the Needle: Philanthropy’s Role in Policy, Advocacy, and Systems Change
What is this year’s conference about?
The 2013 NS4G Social Impact Conference will examine opportunities and strategies for philanthropists to support lasting and fundamental changes in society by funding and engaging in work oriented toward policy, advocacy, and systems change.
Who should attend?
Nonprofit and foundation leaders, donors, funding intermediaries, policy makers, social entrepreneurs, researchers, faculty, students, and others who share an interest in investing or securing resources for social impact.
Registration for this event is free of charge and includes a continental breakfast. Participants will have the option of ordering a catered boxed lunch or visiting the Curry Student Center food court. To register, please click here.
Decisions with Impact: Student Philanthropy in Action
In conjunction with the conference, the Learning by Giving Foundation is sponsoring a national video contest in which students will apply their philanthropic knowledge and decision-making skills to compete for $10,000 on behalf of a nonprofit organization that reflects their philanthropic values and strategies. Student philanthropists from several colleges and universities will participate in the conference. Their videos will be on display throughout the day and the winning video, as determined by student voting, will be announced at the end of the day.