HOW TO BUILD STRATEGIC VOLUNTEER PARTNERSHIPS WITH CORPORATE, CIVIC, AND FAITH GROUPS
Strategic partnerships with corporate, civic, and faith groups can play an important role in meeting your volunteer needs, and so much more. Join Brian Rosenbaum, MSSW, CVA, to learn about the many ways community partners can impact your organization, strategies for identifying and qualifying potential partners, how to get a foot in the door, and what dialogue and action look like.
About the Presenter
Brian Rosenbaum, MSSW, CVA, is a Southern California native with 15 years’ US and international nonprofit experience. He earned his BA in Psychology and Spanish at UCLA and his Master of Science in Social Work at Columbia University, specializing in program development and community organizing. Brian currently serves as Director of Community Engagement at Imagine Los Angeles, a nonprofit dedicated to ending the cycle of family poverty and homelessness through a combination of clinical case management, financial wellness pathways, and whole-family mentorship. In his spare time, Brian can be found running, cooking, or gardening.
Who Should Attend?
Individuals who want to learn the ingredients of a strategic volunteering partnership
What The Training Will Cover
The ingredients of a strategic volunteering partnership
Identifying potential strategic partners
Engaging potential partners and starting the relationship
Cultivating relationship and stewarding champions
All workshops are live and recorded. It is best to attend live but if you miss the live workshop, you can watch the recordings and then reach out to the instructor with any follow up questions. After the conference, attendees will receive recordings and materials from the workshop.
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