Next week, volunteer managers, service leaders, nonprofit staff and government representatives will come together for three days of learning and sharing in New Orleans, LA, at the National Conference on Volunteering and Service. Scott Henderson and Brian Reich are “bringing together a diverse group of leaders to create a new framework for how organizations who are focused on supporting service – companies, media, nonprofits, government – can better address the challenges that exist today.” Together, leaders and innovators and thinkers will ask a very important question:
What should we stop doing?
Register: If you will be at NCVS or are near New Orleans on Monday, June 6th, be sure to register to join the conversation! (Limited seats are left.)
Share: Whether you will be there in person or not, we need you to be part of this important conversation! All of us are impacted by our own service and the participation of communities around us. Many of us work in nonprofits and civic service organizations or groups already.
Scott and Brian created a Google form that challenges you to offer as many ideas as you care – as long as they are less than 100 words. You can submit as many ideas as you like – there isn’t one answer, or even one right answer, to this challenge. But we won’t find the right steps to take without the input and insight from the community. Share your ideas in the Idea Throwdown!
Feel free to share your ideas and suggestions here, too, to get the conversation started early!