November 4th - 5th, 2019
08:00 AM - 06:00 PM ET
Science History Institute
315 Chestnut St
Philadelphia, PA 19106
Starts: 3:00 pm | Ends: 5:00 pm
Grab the keys to success at our 20-minute power sessions, where attendees will hear from leaders of P2P programs in the midst of the change needed to provide sustainability.
Power Session #1: DJ Hampton, March of Dimes – Session Information Coming Soon!
Power Session #2: Changing Course – When What Used to Work Doesn’t Anymore
Find out how The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) repositioned it’s 30 year old Team In Training program in a rapidly evolving endurance fundraising market. You’ll hear about the challenges, lessons learned, and how it is contributing to the mission of the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society in funding the most pioneering research of our time.
Power Session #3: B2B – B2B2C – P2P and Beyond
Hear how one of the world’s oldest privately funded mission driven non-profits is leveraging the power of digital to transform the relationship they have with their donors and their donors have with each other. In today’s world of socially connected philanthropy—circles of influence lead to increased engagement.
Power Session #4: Krystn Kuckelman, National Kidney Foundation
Learn how the Kidney Walk has successfully provided consistent and essential revenue for the National Kidney Foundation over ten years of organizational change. In catching a glimpse of where we’ve been, you’ll see how we’re positioning ourselves in the future for significant growth.
Power Session #5: Driving Change: Is this Peer2Peer or Fear2Fear?
When faced with revitalizing Susan G. Komen’s declining Race for the Cure Series, the new leadership asked what was standing in its way. The answer: Fear. Fear of Change. Fear of Lost Revenue. Fear of Accountability. Learn how Komen is overcoming these challenges and more while rebranding and cutting their 5 year revenue decline in half in just one year.