8:00 a.m. Registration and breakfast
Innovations in Nonprofit & Social Technology
8:30 a.m. Keynote: How Digital Technology Can Scale Your Impact
Michael Slaby, former Chief Innovation Officer for Obama for America, will explain how nonprofit organizations, of all sizes, can embrace and utilize simple digital technologies to not only be more efficient organizations, but reduce expenses, increase revenue, and the impact their missions need to fulfill.
9:00 a.m. DonorPath w/ Lumity, Intuit, Salesforce, and State of Illinois
DonorPath, the technology nonprofits use to raise money, not expenses, and Lumity.org have teamed up with Microsoft, Salesforce, and Intuit to create The Fundraising Readiness Project to help nonprofits get matched with a fundraising expert, sync data and create a dashboard, and get direct help raising money.
9:45 a.m. Benevolent
Through Benevolent, nonprofits have somewhere to turn to fund individualized client needs other agencies are not able to cover. It provides a national network of donors who want to step into the story of a person-in-need striving to reach goals by making a contribution simply, transparently and securely.
10:00 a.m. Youtopia
Add a layer of gamification to your organization with points, badges, and leaderboards for an extra level of engagement. With Youtopia, you can improve performance, boost positive behaviors, track service hours, and customize to meet other goals and metrics.
10:15 a.m. Jail Education Solutions
More than 50% of inmates return to jail after release. Our platform, Edovo, provides intuitive educational courses where inmates are rewarded for learning. With our unique tablet technology, we help unlock the potential of millions of incarcerated people.
10:30 a.m. Public Good Software
Strengthening the ties between people, organizations, and communities, Public Good Software is providing an online marketplace for people to find and support organizations working on the causes they care about.
Funding & Promoting Social Ventures, Doing Good
10:45 a.m. Presentation & Panel: Funding Social Ventures
Alan Matthew is the CEO/Managing Director of Tribal Ventures and is one of Chicago’s most active and thoughtful angel investors. Alan will discuss, from a funder’s perspective, the strategies required to raise money to fund social ventures. Alan will be joined by a panel of entrepreneurs who have raised a combined total of $5 million for their social ventures in the last two years.
11:45 a.m. Closing
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