Creating sustainability through the power of volunteers

Wednesday, March 10, 2021, 10:00 - 11:00 AM

Learn how strategic volunteer engagement can spark transformations and build capacity. We’ll explore the latest research and share successful funder-nonprofit collaborations in Colorado and beyond that demonstrate the impact of strategic volunteer engagement.

Presenters will discuss the pivotal role community volunteers can play in nonprofit sustainability. Join this session to consider ways to increase support for volunteer engagement in your day-to-day grantmaking or community giving program.

Attendees will gain new tools to drive this important conversation with their grantees and increase their own return on investment. Philanthropy Colorado is partnering with Minnesota Council on Foundations to co-host this program. RSVP by sending an email to Paul Masiarchin

Rina Cohen, Planning Executive in the Caring & Network departments, UJA-Federation of New York

Catherine Gray, Director of Impact Strategy, Civic Engagement, Minneapolis Foundation

Jane Leighty Justis, President, The Leighty Foundation

Lynne Telford, CEO, Care and Share Food Bank for Southern Colorado


Hosts: Saint Paul & Minnesota Foundation and the Minneapolis Foundation

Sponsors: Minnesota Association for Volunteer Administration, Minnesota Council on Foundations, Philanthropy Colorado and Philanthropy New York


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