The 2022 100 Who Care Alliance Leadership Conference took place April 21-23 in Nashville, Tennessee. Thanks to the support of our sponsors, we were able to offer a hybrid event, present the majority of our sessions by livestream and in person, and have each of those sessions recorded.
If you did not attend the conference you now have the opportunity to purchase all of the recorded sessions! In addition to hours of training delivered by video you also have access to the handouts and worksheets provided to attendees.
Watch this panel discussion where various circle leaders discuss best practices and answer questions for new and developing circles. This session is ideal for leaders who have just started a giving circle or are still in the planning phases of getting one off the ground as well as seasoned leaders looking at alternate ways other circles give back.
We kicked off this year's conference with Traci Richards, CEO of 100 Who Care Alliance and Laurie Richter, COO of 100 Who Care Alliance as they share some exciting news about the direction of our 100 Who Care giving circle network!
Be inspired by the story of how Karen Dunigan came up with a simple and powerful philanthropic idea that became the basis for the first 100 Women Who Care giving circle. Her story and the impact it had on the receiving organization will be shared by Molly Kaser, the CEO of The Center for Family Health that received the first award in 2006.
Hear from Sara Lomelin, CEO of Philanthropy Together, as she explores how our giving circles can learn from others in this larger movement and deepen civic ties, embed equitable grantmaking practices, and ultimately, change the face of philanthropy.
Join White House veteran and former Harvard senior fellow Linda Peek Schacht as she shares lessons from her experience as the top communications official for The Coca-Cola Company, USA Today, and the US Senate on how to tell the story of your giving circle.
Start a next-gen or teen giving circle in your area!
By developing and adapting the most effective resilience techniques, Jason Michaels navigated a difficult life and became a model of high performance – travelling around the world entertaining audiences and winning international magic awards. Although the naysayers claimed it would be impossible for him to become a professional entertainer, today Jason is an accomplished professional magician who has performed for hundreds of thousands of people in thirty different countries. Join us for this inspiring keynote.
Learn the key components to creating an effective marketing strategy to grow and sustain your giving circle.
Join us to hear from a panel of nonprofits that have received funds from 100 Who Care giving circles and the impact it has made in their organizations. This is the rest of the story- the impact you all make within your giving circles.
This session includes actionable takeaways for how to pitch your giving circle events, create story lines that stick out and how to take advantage of social media to promote your giving circle.
Creating trust with your members means making them feel confident in the charities nominated and selected at your giving circle events.
Join us as we walk through the process of reviewing charity information like 990s, budgets and other crucial information for approving a nominated charity.
Giving circle leader Gina Ferwerda shares a very special cocktail and appetizer recipe featured at our conference welcome reception!