Please join YNPN Austin on the morning of July 21st for Tacos and Tips with The Austin Community Foundation. The Austin Community Foundation was founded in 1977 and has been working ever since to promote philanthropy in Central Texas.
Come learn about the different ways you and your organization can benefit from utilizing this amazing resource. Cybil Guess, Vice President of Donor Relations, will be giving us a general introduction, then walking us through some of The Austin Community Foundation's initiatives, programs, funds, and granting processes.
Arrive as early as 8:00 am to mingle, grab tacos, and of course... drink copious amounts of coffee.
This event is free.
The Do Gooder Games is the Young Nonprofit Professionals Network of Austin's signature event. It is fast-paced with teams of local nonprofit employees and supporters competing in multiple rounds of fun mental and physical challenges.
The elimination-style competition pares down fifteen teams to three that will compete in a super nonprofit smartypants winner-take-all death match. The champion team receives a grand prize of $1000 that will go to their nonprofit of choice. Second and third place winners will receive $300 and $200 checks to donate to their nonprofit organization.
The theme this year is “Keep Austin Weird” and the event will take place on Wednesday, August 23 from 6:30-9:00 PM at Buffalo Billiards (201 E 6th St).
Learn more and register: http://www.ynpnaustin.org/do_gooder_games
Kyle Kerrigan recently joined tech company Social Solutions after working for Goodwill in the nonprofit world. He shares a typical workday with us, as well as his experience transitioning from the non-profit to sector to a for-profit company. Kyle works as a Regional Account Executive at Social Solutions, which is a company dedicated to developing solutions that enable nonprofits to track impact on their mission.read moreChristopher Powers credits his connections within the YNPN and AmeriCorps Alums for helping him find his current role as Program Coordinator with the Financial Literacy Coalition of Central Texas. “I was looking for my first step into the nonprofit sector,” he said. “It was really exciting to see all of those circles help me get to that step.”read more