• Carol Spencer

    National Association of Government Webmasters (NAGW.org) 9th National Conference. September 14 – 16, 2011. Cincinnati Ohio. Hilton Cincinnati Netherlands Hilton.

    While focused on government web professionals, anyone can attend. Last year, attendees had the opportunity to meet Adriel Hampton, Molly Holzschlag, Jared Spool, John F. Moore, Phil Mui from Google, and Andy Krzmarzick from GovLoop.

    See what Andy had to say about our conference: http://www.govloop.com/profiles/blogs/best-of-201

    • socialbrite

      Thanks, Carol, we're trying to do more with the government sector, so very helpful suggestion!

  • http://www.ssdp.org/ Stacia Cosner

    Students for Sensible Drug Policy (SSDP) Training Conference & Lobby Day – March 17-19, 2011 at the University of Maryland, College Park

    More information: http://conference.ssdp.org/
    Registration: http://ssdp.eventbright.com/

  • http://twitter.com/kg @kg

    Awesome list again this year, JD! Thank you for putting it together. Another great one coming up this month:

    TechSoup Global's Digital Storytelling Event and Challenge
    Learn how to create your story, produce your own 60 second YouTube video or 5-picture Flickr slideshow, and win prizes.

    More info + Register: http://tiny.cc/tsdigs

    • socialbrite

      Cool event, thanks for the heads up, Kristy! Will add. – jd

  • Stephanie

    Microfinance USA Conference 2011 (May 23-24, New York City)
    Microfinance USA is the conference where the nation's leading microfinance champions exchange ideas and information that set the agenda for the future of the field. Join the conversation with expert practitioners, top investors, and frontline researchers to explore and expand microfinance in the U.S.

  • pogopoole

    Unite For Sight’s Global Health & Innovation Conference is the largest global health conference in the U.S. The conference includes 2,200 participants and more than 200 speakers, as well as social enterprise pitch sessions. http://www.uniteforsight.org/conference April 16-17, 2011 at Yale University

  • http://www.comnetwork.org Bruce Trachtenberg

    The Communications Network holds its annual Fall Conference September 21-23 in Boston. Last year's event in Los Angeles (http://bit.ly/fp50hM) drew over 300 people involved in foundation and nonprofit communications who heard from leading thinkers and observers and engaged in discussions about trends and other developments affecting the use of communications to advance philanthropy. For more, go here: http://bit.ly/gCynWR

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    Run Walk Ride 2011 Conference in Atlanta, March 1&2.
    A MUST for EVENT fundraisers. Aim is for "industry leaders share success strategies to help you raise more money, cut costs while maintaining quality, manage people and technology better." http://www.runwalkride.com/conference.asp

  • http://www.interSectorL3C.com Rick Zwetsch

    ReVisioning Value – A Community Innovation Summit
    Portland, OR
    March 7th & 8th

    Not Another Conference… A Learning Summit

    ReVV 2011 will be a unique opportunity to learn how to implement the new tools and ideas we've been hearing about at conferences and in books. How do we adopt new IRIS metrics? What does research tell us about how to make better business decisions? How do you match investers with new business opportunities? What strategies are nonprofits adopting to become financially sustainable?

    Our mission is to generate real change by identifying and teaching smarter strategies that yield results. Our ReVisioning Value (ReVV2011) Summit is an extension of that mission. ReVV2011 will bring the best of the best together in Portland to give you a chance to gain traction around the most promising ideas.

  • http://www.interSectorL3C.com Rick Zwetsch

    Miami, FL
    March 31 – April 6, 2011

    SUSTAINATOPIA 2011 is a unique, seven-day fusion event focusing passionately on sustainability and impact investing as cooperative solutions. Our objective is to change the world – forever. We believe this is entirely realistic. Connect with thousands of like-minded individuals at SUSTAINATOPIA 2011 from March 31- April 6, 2011 in Miami, Florida. It is now within our economic power to rollback the scourge of poverty, end gender inequality, and go green in the grandest of styles. This is our time.

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  • http://www.ganemeed.org SerahRose

    January 24 in Boston, GAN-e-meed Theatre Project is presenting The Power to Ask: A workshop in Negotiation for Women in Theatre and the Arts. Led by Sara Laschever. Sponsored by StageSource and hosted by The Boston Center for the Arts. ganemeed.eventbrite.com

  • http://www.vivanista.com Stacy Coleman

    Great Complation!!! We also have a 2011 Charitable Events Social Calendar- Check it out here: http://vivanista.com/events/

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  • http://www.aquavida.org Jason Gonzales

    great calendar…a much needed help.Thank you!

  • http://www.rmu.edu/bcnm Cindy Leonard

    TechNow 2011, Thursday, October 27, at Robert Morris University's Sewall Center in Moon Township, PA

    TechNow is the Pittsburgh region’s premier one-day conference devoted to new and important trends and opportunities in technology for nonprofits. A great day of learning, networking and fun!

    It's too early for the new conference website to be up, but the URL will be http://technow2011.wordpress.com. Interested parties can check out last year's agenda and conference information at http://technow2010.wordpress.com.

    • socialbrite

      Sounds like a great event, Cindy, thanks for sharing! – jd

  • http://www.whatsnextdc.com Whats Next DC

    What's Next DC Marketing and Communications Conference Monday January 24, 2011, 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM, Marvin Center, The George Washington University, 800 21st Street NW, Washington, DC 20052

    What's Next DC is a one-day marketing and communications conference which aims to help organizations understand and implement the latest innovations and trends into their 2011 marketing efforts and initiatives.

    Hosted by Green Buzz Agency, the conference will feature 16 communications experts including keynote speaker Brian Halligan, CEO & founder, Hubspot. In addition, Darell Hammond, CEO & founder, KaBOOM! is a featured speaker.

    Event highlights will include: strategy brainstorming sessions, one-on-one time with floating experts, collaboration sessions with attendees in related fields, and networking. Sessions include real world case studies in Social Media, Search Engine Marketing, Facebook Marketing, Public Relations, Word of Mouth Marketing, Intelligent Media, and Mobile Marketing.

    Visit http://www.whatsnextdc.com for more information. Nonprofit organizations receive 60% discount, utilize code: NONPROFIT when registering. HASHTAG: #whatsnextdc

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  • Mera Szendro Bok

    Great list JD! The National Conference for Media Reform is on April 8-10th in Boston, MA http://conference.freepress.net/

    • jdlasica

      Thanks, Mera! We'll add that to the calendar proper later today.

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  • http://twitter.com/snotforprofit @snotforprofit

    Here are a few Canadian conferences to add to the list!

    Digital Leap Canada: April 12, 2011 http://www.digitalleap.org

    MyCharityConnects 2011: June 6-7, 2011, Toronto http://mycharityconnects.org/2011Conference

    Net Change Week 2011: June 6 – 10, 2011, Toronto http://www.netchangeweek.ca

    NXNE – North by North East: June 13 – 19, 2011, Toronto http://nxne.com

    AFP Fundraising Day Toronto, June 2, 2011 http://afptoronto.org/index.php/fundraising-day

    • http://twitter.com/jdlasica @jdlasica

      Great, thanks much! We'll add them in the next day …

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  • http://www.socialsolutions.com/etolution2011/index.aspx LeahPR

    Social Solutions presents: ETOLUTION 2011

    You are cordially invited to the exclusive ETOlution 2011 Annual Conference presented by Social Solutions. Join renowned industry leaders and peers for a comprehensive look into the innovative future of nonprofits and human service organizations.

    After attending this unique conference, you and your organization will be empowered to leverage industry-leading expertise and best practices to enhance your daily victories while in position to exceed your mission's expectations.

    Attract More Funding
    Prove Good Intent
    Measure Change
    Relate Efforts To Outcomes

    Day 1 (September 26, 2011): Speaker Series & Networking Party
    Insight from sector thought-leaders such as Ken Berger, President & Chief Executive Officer, Charity Navigator

    Day 2 (September 27, 2011): Personalized break-out sessions with two tracks
    Track One: Becoming a High Performer
    Track Two: Getting the most out of Efforts to Outcomes (ETOTM) software

    Attend In-Person (Baltimore, MD) or Virtually via Live Video Feed
    (Live feed only available for day one)

  • http://www.crea.org.mx Leticia

    Great calendar! I’d add Oportunity Collaboration that will take place October 16-21: http://www.opportunitycollaboration.net.

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    Social Entrepreneurship Conference: Innovative Ideas to Transform your World2011 Leadership Conference on Social Entrepreneurship – Maryland, USA

    The Daniel Leadership Institute’s Leadership Conference on Social Entrepreneurship attracts aspiring social entrepreneurs, key thought leaders, and strategic partners to an exciting forum for learning and new collaborations. This year, speakers will feature changemakers in microenterprise and education who will share their ideas on how to start or support a social enterprise. Speakers will also share information on how their organizations are making large-scale impact in their communities. The theme of this must-attend event is “Social Entrepreneurship: Innovative ideas to transform your world.”

    The free registration includes a light lunch.

    Please Fill out This Form to Register


    Our confirmed Speakers include;

    Nicole Baker Fulgham, Vice President, Faith Community Relations, Teach For America
    Rebecca Doherty, Founder & Director of Alvania Bridge Foundation
    Darlene Damm, Ashoka Global Engagement Team
    Shannon Maynard, Bankers without Borders – A Grameen Foundation Initiative
    Beatrix Van der Vossen, Women’s Microfinance Initiative
    June Kyakobye, Women’s Microfinance Initiative
    Date: August 6, 2011
    Time: 11 AM to 4 PM ET
    Location: Main Auditorium, 921 Philadelphia Ave, Silver Spring, MD 20910
    For further information about the conference or sponsorship opportunities, contact: [email protected] or (202) 642-9760.

    MORE / LE

  • Jessica

    Will you be producing a post on 2012 conference anytime soon?

    • http://twitter.com/socialbrite The Socialbrite team

      We’ll publish it the first week of the new year, as we do every year. If you have some conferences you’ve spotted, feel free to send them along!

  • Elizabeth Memel

    “The Way We See Them: How Our Vision of Babies Shapes Their Development.”
    23rd Annual RIE Infant / Toddler Conference for Parents and Professionals
    Saturday, April 28, 2012 at Skirball Cultural Center, Los Angeles, CA

    The Board of Resources for Infant Educarers, founded by Magda Gerber in 1978, is pleased to announce that author, researcher and lecturer Alison Gopnik will be be our keynote speaker. Her most recent book is The Philosophical Baby and she co-authored The Scientist in the Crib. The title of her keynote will be “What It’s Like To Be A Baby: Are Babies More Conscious Than We Are?” “Conventional wisdom suggests that babies are less conscious than we are, if they are conscious at all. Alison argues, on the contrary, that recent neuroscientific discoveries suggest that babies are more aware of more of the world than we are.” The science behind The EducaringTM Approach will be very enlightening and validating for participants learning all about Gerber’s pioneering and seminal work in the infant care field. Online registration opens in December http://www.rie.org

  • http://www.techsouthinc.com/rental/index.html Welding Equipment Rental

    wow, thank you so much for the huge list!!

  • I2012info

    Interdependence 2012 Conference and Expo
    May 15 – 18, Vancouver, Canada

    As part of the 25th Anniversary of Rick Hansen’s Man In Motion World Tour, the Rick Hansen Foundation (RHF) and the Rick Hansen Institute (RHI) are co-hosting a global conference and expos to inspire collaboration towards a healthier and more inclusive world.

    Interdependence 2012 will engage international leaders and influencers and accelerate progress towards accessible communities for all and a cure for paralysis after spinal cord injury (SCI).

  • http://www.calgarycvo.org Adriana Simon

    “CONNECTIONS 2012: Three Sectors for Strong Community” Conference, organized by the Calgary Chamber of Voluntary Organizations (CCVO).

    April 25-26, Calgary, Alberta, Canada

    CCVO’s CONNECTIONS Conference is proposing to bring together leaders from the three sectors: nonprofit, business and government, and open a dialogue about the significant changes that will impact the sector and its ability to meet community needs in the foreseeable future. At the 2012 CCVO CONNECTIONS Conference, your voice, your thoughts and your perspectives are needed. Our goal – and the true value of this event – is to spark open conversations and to foster enhanced understanding across the three sectors.

    Contact: Adriana Simon, [email protected]

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  • http://www.searchforsoft.com Tom Wilder

    Congratulations for all the people involved in these nonprofit activities and conferences that promote free thinking and dissemination of great ideas. 2011 was a great year for social events related to technology and especially to software developments

  • Shipra

    Launching A Campaign Intensive held on Thursday Feb 2. Experts from nonprofits come in and topics include campaign strategy, social media, lobbying, and volunteer recruitment. Full schedule and registration is at: http://www.eventbrite.com/event/2406806824/eorg

  • Shipra

    Launching A Campaign Intensive held on Thursday Feb 2. Experts from nonprofits come in and topics include campaign strategy, social media, lobbying, and volunteer recruitment. Full schedule and registration is at: http://www.eventbrite.com/event/2406806824/eorg

  • Hubertus

    CSI-Golaganyang is a 2 day conference with exhibition stands, held in Potchefstroom, South Africa on 14 and 15 March 2012. The aim of the conference is to unite funders and fund seekers so that they can cooperate in a structured manner to improve the wide social situation. More details and registration procedures are available at http://www.csi-golaganyang.co.za. There are still a few seats available.

  • Vinny

    How do I add an event here?

  • http://www.socialmedia.biz/ JD Lasica

    Folks, you’ll want to go to the Calendar of 2012 nonprofit & social change conferences for this year — and leave a comment.


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