what people are saying.
The moment I became involved with community outreach on behalf of my company, I contacted the BACVC for mentoring, support and advice. Additionally, when anyone asks for advice about Corporate Volunteer activities, the BACVC is my first recommendation.
- Jo Licata, Community Projects Manager, Hilton San Francisco
The Bay Area Volunteer Leaders Forum
New research proves that volunteers are a key differentiator in nonprofit and for-profit business success and that volunteers strengthen everyone’s bottom-line.
Leave yesterday’s thinking behind and find out how breakthrough cross-sector partnerships and understanding are key to growing our mutual bottom line: a stronger and healthier community. None of us can do it alone.
Join us to connect with your nonprofit and for-profit colleagues and partners.
Register by October 1, 2010!You should attend if you are a: Nonprofit Executive Director
Corporate Foundation Executive Nonprofit Volunteer Manager
Employee Volunteer Manager
Volunteer Leader The Bay Area Volunteer Leaders Forum
October 14, 2010
8:30 am – 5:00 pm
SPUR Urban Center, 654 Mission Street, San Francisco Networking Reception
5:00 – 7:00 pm
Keynote Speaker: Karen Baker
Secretary for Service and Volunteering for the State of California
Registration Fee: $35
Bay Area Volunteer Leaders Forum Steering Committee:
Joel Bashevkin- Taproot Foundation
Claire Blaney – Girls on the Run
Marianne Campbell – Gap, Inc. and Gap Foundation
Juliana Deans – The Volunteer Center
Tessa Hedstrom – HandsOn Bay Area
Rita Holiday – Intel
Artrese Morrison – Project Open Hand
Nancy Olson – CaliforniaVolunteers
Kaushik Roy – Shanti Project
Kris Sulpizio –Second Harvest Food Bank
Kellie Vitaich – Wells Fargo