Here are two back-to-back learning opportunities worth waking up early for. Plan on attending them to find the inspiration you need to get through this extremely busy fundraising season.
“The New Philanthropy: A Fresh Look at Giving in Central Texas”
Tuesday, Dec. 4, 7:30 – 9 am
The Long Center
$25 with breakfast included
Local philanthropy is changing and maturing, and you want to keep up with it. (That’s why you’re reading GivingCity, right?) Panelists at this event come from the front lines of innovation in giving and will share what they’re learning, what works and what they hope to be.
(You can pick up a copy of our new issue at the event and check out our annual “New Philanthropists” issue and meet more innovative Austin folks!)
“We Have a Latino Problem”
Tuesday, Dec. 4, 9 – 10:30 am
Alamo Drafthouse, South Lamar
FREE. RSVP to Jessika Gomez-Duarte at firstname.lastname@example.org
From Hispanic-outreach experts Cultural Strategies and FuturoFund, an opportunity to learn about how the Latino vote won the election — and how you can channel that for your organization. Armando Rayo and Juan Tornoe contend that the strong Latino vote was a wake-up call for Republicans, but they didn’t have to have such a rude awakening. And neither do you. I urge you to go learn more about this diverse and influential group by hearing from Austin experts, Armando and Juan.
See you there!