Madison Nonprofits a World of Difference
Madison Nonprofits provide the glue— that sticky, almost intangible quality that keeps Madison vibrant, supportive, exciting, and beautiful. Take a look how…
Nonprofit Madison is doing some fantastic things. Explore news, videos, interviews and more to discover the awesome. Start here…
We're excited to announce this year the conference will be photographed by two great photographs and women-owned businesses. The Blue Umbrella will take the lead and be photographing workshops, activities, exhibits, and random crowd shots, while Creative Zoo—our regular photographer, Julie Raasch— will focus on crowd and engagement shots. This year, Julie is… Source: Collaboration for Good, Inc.
If you're wondering what time "Doug the Jug" will juggle or when Tai Chi is offered, you should download the Whova app. For the 2016 Madison Nonprofit Day Conference, Collaboration for Good, Inc. has partnered with Whova to provide a mobile conference experience for all our attendees. While workshops are displayed here, on the website, our… Source: Collaboration for Good, Inc.
Collaboration for Good, Inc. has partnered with Whova to provide a mobile conference experience for our attendees.
View the full conference schedule— workshops and activities— from your cell phone. Create your own customized schedule, network with other attendees and more. The mobile app steps up our efforts to keep the Madison Nonprofit Day Conference as… Source: Collaboration for Good, Inc.
Extend and enhance your conference experience— register for our Pre-Conference workshops and activities. The Madison Nonprofit Day Conference added pre-conference workshops and events to meet the need of individuals to participate in longer, more in-depth workshops, that offer group interaction and hands-on experience.
These workshops are FREE to registered attendees. This year, we will offer three… Source: Collaboration for Good, Inc.
We're proud to be hosting this year's Emergent Issues / Perspective Conference Track this year as it deals with issues whose time have more than come. Why are we still dealing with issues of race, diversity, access, inclusion, and equity today? Because they are big issues, that need to be addressed by little, unstoppable practices.… Source: Collaboration for Good, Inc.
The Keynote speaker for the 2016 Madison Nonprofit Day Conference is Alder District 1, Madison Common Council, renown community leader and social justice advocate, educator, and entrepreneur, Barbara Harrington-McKinney. Barbara moved to Madison to take care of her son, beloved news anchor Mike McKinney who died of cancer.
Barbara has since created her own legacy… Source: Collaboration for Good, Inc.
The full schedule for the Madison Nonprofit Day Conference is now available for viewing. The schedule is currently available sorted by workshop title and listing by time. Additional formats will be released this week and next.Source: Collaboration for Good, Inc.
DreamBikes - Madison on the cover of Madison Magazine! Congrats! Can't wait to read. Source: Facebook
So Obama did something AMAZING this week. You know, besides being the president thing. Reshared via Our Lives Magazine Source: Facebook
Ride the Drive coming up June 3. Thanks to MSCR-Madison School & Community Recreation for sharing and Ride the Drive for the great photo album. Some great pictures folks.
Clint Thayer, one of the excellent photographers who volunteered their time for last year's Madison Nonprofit Day Stories: Photo Exhibit, just posted this great collection of portraits. Look at those eyes. Check out the entire album. Source: Facebook
2011 is the inaugural year of Wisconsin Science Festival is based in Madison, Wisconsin. The Wisconsin Science Festival celebrates curiosity and creativity; it helps build a community of people committed to sharing in the enterprise of science as exploring the unknown. Wisconsin is a state with a history of science and technology innovation. In Madison… Source: Wisconsin Science Festival
The Alliant Energy Foundation contributed $70,975 to 33 organizations in the Madison area in the second of three grant cycles in 2011. The grants ranged from $500 to $5,000 and were given to help fund a variety of community-based initiatives and projects. MADISON, Wis. – September 15, 2011 – The Alliant Energy Foundation contributed $70,975… Source: Wisconsin Business
Will and Jenny Hsu, of Minneapolis, pledged to give $1 to the Great People Scholarship for every new person to follow UW-Madison or the Wisconsin Alumni Association on Facebook or Twitter -- up to $50,000. A family of UW-Madison boosters have come up with a novel way to give scholarship money while also increasing support… Source: Madison.com