Panel: Demystifying Corporate Partnerships for Nonprofits

Date of the event: 
28 October 2021
Join this Free panel discussion to learn more about how to successfully establish and sustain corporate partnerships.
 
 
About this event
Join this panel discussion to learn more about how to successfully establish and sustain corporate partnerships. You’ll hear first hand about the experience of Salesforce, Dell, JP Morgan Chase, and VMWare and how they engage with the nonprofit sector.
 

During the event you’ll learn about

  • The different types of partnerships that could form with the corporate sector
  • What do CSR teams think about and assess before establishing a partnership with nonprofits
  • what you need to know before you seek such partnerships

Here’s why you should join, if you are a nonprofit professional:

  • Learn about how decisions are made in the corporate social responsibility space, and what are the priorities/expectations
  • Understand how to communicate with corporate
  • How to tangibly engage corporate in projects
  • Get more insights on reporting requirements from corporate
  • Ask questions
  • Connect with other NPO employees and engagement professionals
  • Get a free hour 1:1 with Venture 2 Impact to Find out what gaps you have to close before you are ready for a corporate partnership

 

Here’s why you should join, if are an Employee Engagement/CSR Professional:

  • Learn how you and your team can create impactful partnerships with nonprofit organizations
  • Get inspired by the creativity and diversity of methods and focuses discussed at the panel
  • Engage and ask questions
  • Connect with other employee engagement professionals and inspiring nonprofits
  • Get a free hour 1:1 with Venture 2 Impact to assess and provide feedback on current programming

 

 

What to expect:

This is a learning event. You’ll learn a lot about the perspective of a CSR professional, best practices in the space and how decisions are made in a corporate environment.

THIS IS NOT A FUNDING EVENT! If you are joining this event purely to ask about corporate funding opportunities, this is not the right event for you.