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Do you want to know what it takes to start a successful non-profit organization? What is the true meaning of success when it comes to crusading for your cause?
AZ's NonProfit Expo offers a quality eduational opportunity whether you're just getting started or years into your mission. Learn everything from risk-managment to overseeing the day-to-day operations more efficiently. As we organize this year's leaders, we invite you to visit our website for updates, subscribe or follow us on social media as we unveil our array of presenters. 
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AZ's NonProfit Expo enthusiastically accepts interest applications for inspiring keynote speakers and workshop presenters. Please send all inquiries with a statement of interest, your bio and photograph to: info@aznonprofitexpo.com.
2014 AZ NONPROFIT EXPO PRESENTERS


Keynote for the 2014 AZ Nonprofit EXPO, Sharon Knutson-Felix is the Executive Director of the ‘100 Club of Arizona’ - a non-profit providing support to families of public safety officials in times of tragedy. From the Yarnell Hill Fire to-her-own personal story of crisis when her husband Officer Doug Knutson was killed in the line of duty, Ms. Knutson-Felix is an exemplary role-model mastering the workmanship of “Promoting Community Excellence” within the state of Arizona.
Creative Fundraising Strategies:  Maximizing the Fund Development Potential of Your Volunteers & Donors
Promoting Community Excellence
Pam Betz, from Betz & Company, brings over 18 years of experience improving  fundraising initiatives for non-profit organizations. Her workshop will identify the key interrelationships between your organization’s donors and volunteers and how to actively engage both in the fund development process.  Discussion will focus on points of entry opportunities and how to creatively involve volunteers and donors in prospect identification, cultivation and solicitation phases of fundraising, as well as how to retain the commitment of each through innovative development strategies with meaningful results.
Have you ever wondered what it takes to get your non-profit on the news and in the media? Would you like to catapult your cause without paying the costs for primetime advertising? Danielle Williams, Celebrity Correspondent and #1 Entertainment Reporter for the Phoenix market, will take you behind-the-scenes of what engages the media while providing you with attention getting tips as well as eye-opening solutions on how-to get the publicity you deserve!
Building a Bridge From Your Non-profit to the Media: How-to Make Media Connections That get you Noticed
Online giving is continuing to grow each year, are you getting in on the action? In this informative session, April Holle of Made Better Studio will guide non-profit organizers on how to more effectively use online communication channels to build lasting relationships with donors and volunteers. Participants will learn how to create online content that moves people to act and then how to share that content to have the most impact with the least amount of hassle.
Community Building Using Your Website, Social Media and Email: How to Capture Hearts and Open Wallets Online
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Making Men Your Mission: How to Strengthen Communities by Including Social Services for the Male Population
A lack of men with professional degrees in the field of Social Work in comparison to their female counterparts is alarming. Rod Ambrose, Prevention Education Coordinator of Project BRAVE, expels how their absence is creating a devastating drought to the Eco system of rural & urban America.  Participants will gather insights, strategies and tips that focus on how extending our delivery of social services to the male population has the potential to strengthen our communities’ city wide, statewide, nationally and globally.
CLICK HERE to register for a "Class Pass" or "Staff Pass" to learn from our presenters>>
Are you ready to take back your community Arizona? Block Watch Chair & Civilian Coordinator, Stephanie Scovell, will discuss the history of Block Watch in Phoenix, the importance of a Block Watch, how to begin, maintain, rejuvenate a Block Watch, as well as how the Block Watch works with Phoenix Neighborhood Patrol & Phoenix PD!
Building a Block Watch to Better Your Community: The Who, What, When, Where, How & Why It’s So Important!