April 11, 2017 Luncheon – Engaging Volunteers for Online Giving

With Mary McMurtrey, Director of Community Engagement, St. Louis Community Foundation 

In celebration of National Volunteer Month, April’s presentation will feature volunteer ideas and ways your nonprofit can work more with volunteers. Mary McMurtrey, Director of Community Engagement at the St. Louis Community Foundation, will talk about ways to engage volunteers for Give STL Day 2017 and other online giving events. Give STL Day is a 24-hour, online giving event organized by The St. Louis Community Foundation to grow philanthropy in the St. Louis metropolitan area. Last year, more than 913 nonprofits participated in Give STL Day, which raised $2.15 million dollars.


April 27, 2017 – Breakfast with the Eggsperts: Events

Angela Carr, Special Event Manager, Nine Network of Public Media
Laura Greenberg, Community Engagement Manager, Crown Center for Senior Living
Cassidy Johns, Assistant Director of Development, Delta Gamma Center
A.J. Kirk, Member Events Coordinator, Missouri Botanical Garden
Rachel McCalla, Event Director, Third Degree Glass Factory
Jamie Vollmer, Owner, Events by Inspire

Location and time:
The Community Foundation at 2 Oak Knoll Park, Clayton, MO 63105
Registration and Networking from 7:30 - 8:00 a.m., Program from 8–9 a.m.

Join CSPRC for the second of four roundtable discussion continental breakfasts. Each of these breakfasts will feature experts in a specialized area. For the second one, event specialists will be coming to the Community Foundation to answer your questions and give advice. Not only will you get to speak with them personally, you can network and learn more about their best practices from fellow CSPRC members. Please bring your questions for the Eggsperts.

The attendance cap is 50, so please register early to ensure your spot. 


June 13, 2017 Luncheon – Refreshing the Forest Park Forever Brand: A Case Study

With Stephen Schenkenberg, Strategic Communications Director, Forest Park Forever 

Join us for a case study in developing an effective nonprofit brand platform, from key messages to visual identity

Stephen Schenkenberg will discuss how his team developed a unified, contemporary brand identity and messaging platform for the conservancy that helps care for Forest Park. Stephen will delve into the six-month process his team went through, including working with board members and an outside design firm, and explain how the project has positioned the conservancy to earn greater visibility, awareness and support throughout the community. 


April 8 Luncheon – to be announced

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