Hey friends, there’s a wealth of great events for the nonprofit tech community. Check ’em out!
UPCOMING NET2VAN EVENTS
Most NetSquared Vancouver events are free or by donation.
In addition to our Digital Nonprofit conference on May 22 Net2van is also planning a trio of CRM and database-focused events. This is a great opportunity for any organization exploring their options for tracking and managing their supporters.
Salesforce Nonprofit User Group: New in Spring ’15! Duplicate Management and Lightning Process Builder!
When: Thursday, April 2
We will be hosting our next VNUG meet-up on April 2, and this time we’ll be looking at two AMAZING new features from the Spring ’15 release: native Duplicate Management, and the new automation tool called Lightning Process Builder! BRING YOUR LAPTOP if possible so you can follow along in your own sandbox! And as always, come with your questions and we will work together to find answers.
Marketing for Hippies: The Niching Spiral
When: Saturday, April 4
A day long, pay-what-you-want workshop to help conscious entrepreneurs figure out their niche from my friend the amazing Tad Hargrave.
VA Breakfast: A Visual Analytics Overview
When: April 8, 2015
If you have never heard of Visual Analytics or are just curious to know more about how it can help your organization get more out of your data, then we invite you to attend the VA Breakfast! This hour-long event will give you the essentials of what VA is while a delicious breakfast is served for you to start off your day. Get a chance to meet people with similar interests in the visual analytics community.
The Grant That Writes Itself (with Dr. Ray Hsu)
When: Wednesday, April 8
Have you dreamed that your grant could write itself? With the help of a bit of technology, writing a grant is as easy as pressing a button. Now is the time for a revolution in the way we write grants.
Random Hacks of Kindness 4 Peace Hackathon
When: Saturday, April 11
PeaceGeeks is hosting its 1st hackathon of 2015 and its 2nd ever Random Hacks of Kindness to help some incredible organizations that are working on peace and human rights issues around the world.
How to Build a Successful Legacy Program
When: Wednesday, April 15 in the Fraser Valley
Come hear our guest speaker Simon Trevelyan discuss legacy giving in his engaging presentation, “What do Don Draper of the TV show Mad Men and legacy giving have in common? How to build a successful legacy program."
Introduction to Visual Analytics: Half Day Course
When: April 15th, 2015 and April 30th, 2015 from 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM
If you have just been introduced to the term “Visual Analytics”, we encourage you to participate in this half day “Introduction to Visual Analytics” course! The goal is to provide a solid foundation to audiences who are not familiar with VA. The course includes real world examples, videos, and interactive demos of visual displays.
The Art of the Ask
When: Thursday, April 16
Back by popular demand, this interactive workshop will help hone your face-to-face asking skills. Expert fundraisers will lead each table in different ask scenarios to guide your approach and build your confidence.
YVR Fundraisers Connect: Let’s Meet & Talk About Facebook & Our KPI’s: Does it help? How do we know?
When: Wednesday, April 22
Let’s get this thing started by kicking it off with our first meeting. I scheduled it in April since I know that for many of us, we are still tying up loose ends for our fiscal year ends to CRA this month. RSVP! Can’t wait to meet you all and chat about all stuff related to the business side of charities and fundraising! It’s at Cafe Crepe on Granville and Smithe. I booked the private room at the back.
From Theory to Practice: Two Day Course
When: April 22nd and 23rd from 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
This course consists of two days which provide in-depth theory and hands-on tutorials with modern visual analytics software tools such as Tableau and Gephi. This course is suitable for those wanting a solid treatment of the many aspects of visual analytics. We’ll provide real-world data to practice with – or bring your own!
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