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The Sustained Collaboration Network Conference 2022

Who/What:

The Sustained Collaboration Network’s 2022 Conference will bring funders together from across the country to connect on the importance of sustained collaboration as a meaningful form of nonprofit capacity building. Attendees will have opportunities to learn more about funder shared practices, celebrate field-building successes, and chart a path forward together as a community of practice. Join us to deepen relationships with one another, and to hear stories directly from practitioners in the field.

You do not need to be a member of the Network to attend.

Where/When:

Sustained Collaboration Network’s 2022 Conference will be in person in Scottsdale, Arizona. Thursday, October 27th through Friday, October 28th, the Conference will take place at the Hyatt Regency Scottsdale Resort & Spa at Gainey Ranch.

SCN Conference at Hyatt Regency Scottsdale
October 26th – Pre-Conference for Initiative Managers only (at Sonesta)
Day 1: October 27th – 12:00pm-8:00pm
Day 2*: October 28th – 8:00am-1:30pm
*virtual participation option available

Detailed Conference Agenda

How:

For more event details and to register for the 2022 Conference visit:

scnconf22.eventbrite.com

If you are unable to attend in person, but would like to participate virtually (Day 2), please register on Eventbrite using the ‘virtual registration only’ option.

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The Sustained Collaboration Network Training Institute

What:

The new Sustained Collaboration Network (SCN)—a network of 7+ local pooled funds supporting greater collaboration among nonprofits—is hosting a first-ever online institute for consultants engaged in this work. The SCN Institute will feature prominent speakers and trainers who have deep knowledge and direct experience with this work, whether as funders, nonprofits, lawyers, accountants, etc.

Why:

At a time of growing interest in the value of nonprofit sustained collaborations, identifying and growing the national pool of qualified consultants to responsibly guide them through this vital—yet sensitive—work is essential. The goals of the SCN Institute are to: build consultants’ capacity for this work; begin to create some standards of practice for this field; and create an environment for peer learning and networking opportunities.

Who:

The Institute targets consultants already engaged in this work in some capacity, who want to build their knowledge, networks, and skills in this area. A brief application is required and consultants must be selected to participate.

Where/When:

The SCN Institute will be comprised of a series of 6 learning sessions in January-February 2021. It will be held online and will be recorded for asynchronous learning, but live participation is highly encouraged as the sessions will be interactive.

How:

Register for the six-session institute here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/sustained-collaboration-institute-tickets-126130249973. Upon completion, you will receive a “certification of participation” and will be placed in preferred status among the SCN initiatives across the country.