Virtual Events for Nonprofits

The Philanthropy Partners of the Cape and Islands (PPCI) invites you to attend Virtual Events for Nonprofits with Chris Schultz of New Latitude Event Solutions and Amanda Kaiser of EforAll Cape Cod on Wednesday, March 17, 2021 at 9:00 am.

WHAT’S NEXT? With the COVID vaccine distribution underway and a return to normal life on the horizon, many organizations are struggling with how to connect with their audiences in a safe way until the distribution is complete. Most models show that it will be at least Fall of 2021 before life will begin to return to normal. ZOOM fatigue is a real thing. So how can you stay relevant and engaged?

Chris will discuss the benefits (and some of the tricks) to using the zoom platform that will help event novices look like seasoned pros. He will explore how to effectively take an event from the virtual to the hybrid arena and the associated costs and benefits of making the leap.

Amanda will explain how her organization pivoted to virtual events, the different tools used, and lessons learned. She will also share thoughts on incorporating virtual events in the future.

This event is FREE to attend with advance registration for current PPCI members; and $10 per person for non-members. To attend this event, please register online via the link below.

Register to attend March 17th Meeting

 

About Our Speakers

Chris Schultz

Chris SchultzChris Schultz is the owner of New Latitude Event Solutions, a service which supports struggling fundraisers through reimagining their development events. From Event Concept and Strategy, to Logistics, production and execution, New Latitude brings an innovative virtual and hybrid approach that drives our client’s fundraisers to new latitudes.

Chris’ decades of experience in planning and executing entertainment focused events, allows for nimble planning and flawless execution. In 2020 he shifted his focus to support organizations struggling with how to translate their current fundraising efforts to new and engaging platforms. Chris is trained as a COVID Compliance Officer and can modify and integrate these compliance services to accommodate client needs.

Chris broadcasts “Latitude Live” as a weekly series on YouTube. This series is geared toward Event Planners and Marketers curious about new trends in the industry, or just looking for a pep talk.

Amanda Kaiser

Amanda KaiserAmanda Kaiser is committed to the success and vitality of the Cape Cod community.

Kaiser graduated from Suffolk University with highest distinction and holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Journalism and Communication. She was recognized in 2018 by Cape & Plymouth Business Magazine as a “40 Under 40 Rising Young Leader.”

Kaiser has a wide breadth of professional experience. She is the program manager for EforAll Cape Cod, helping entrepreneurs turn their business ideas into reality.

Kaiser formerly worked as the Marketing & Events Manager for Cape Cod Beer where she managed hundreds of for-profit and non-profit events annually and administered a fully integrated marketing campaign.

Kaiser also has professional experience in project management, finance and management consulting.

 


Brought to you in part by Cape Cod 5, Eastern Bank, Cape Cod Healthcare Foundation, Kelley Foundation, and The Cape Cod Foundation.

Premier Sponsor: Cape Cod 5

Champion Sponsor: Eastern Bank

Pauline Neves, CFRE, Joins Harrington Management as Senior Consultant

Pauline Neves, CFRE

Pauline Neves, CFRE

Harrington Management International (HMI) announced the addition of Pauline Neves, CFRE, as Senior Consultant to the organization. HMI is a management consulting firm, based in Osterville, Massachusetts, which specializes in nonprofit organizations.

Prior to joining HMI, Neves served in senior fundraising roles for organizations including Cape Cod Healthcare and HopeHealth, Massachusetts, where she spent nearly a decade in leadership positions growing a robust philanthropy program across Eastern Massachusetts with an emphasis on Cape Cod. While at HopeHealth, Neves also led the philanthropy team to secure the organization’s first seven-figure gift. She has also directed capital initiatives and, while at Cape Cod Healthcare, she was part of the team working on the organization’s $125M Capital Campaign.

Neves has been active in professional associations throughout her career, especially Philanthropy Partners of the Cape & Islands where she served as president for three years, as a co-chair of Philanthropy Day on Cape Cod, and as a board member. She also served on the New England Association of Healthcare Philanthropy’s conference committee. Neves is currently a volunteer board member for the Cape Cod Theatre Company / Harwich Junior Theatre. She has also presented at regional and local conferences. Neves is a Certified Fundraising Executive (CFRE) and holds a certificate in Nonprofit Leadership and Management from the Institute for Nonprofit Practice.

Continue reading at https://www.harringtonmanagement.com/hmi-news/