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WHEN
Saturday, October 30, 2021

WHERE
University of Detroit Mercy
4001, W McNichols Rd, Detroit, MI 48221

TIME
9am -5pm


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DND is a one-day event comprised of workshops, fireside chats, plenaries, networking, and skills-building to strengthen Detroit’s dynamic nonprofit and social enterprise communities. The event unites leading industry experts with professionals seeking to learn and acquire the skills necessary to build and grow impactful programs, sustain their operations, and ultimately fulfill their missions.

Detroit Nonprofit Day (DND) is brought to you by MP Consulting Group, a non-profit consulting firm led by industry leader Monique Phillips, and Bamboo Detroit, a shared workspace and business community building inclusive community and support for business growth, along with The University of Detroit Mercy School of Social Entrepreneurship.

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The COVID-19 pandemic has taken an unprecedented toll on the nonprofit community, with many experiencing significant increases in demand for their services and fewer resources to do so effectively. For our COVID-Response, click here.


This year, DND will recognize and honor those whose response has been to rise to the challenge in the face of adversity while demonstrating incredible resilience and charting a path toward recovery.



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The COVID-19 pandemic has taken an unprecedented toll on the nonprofit community, with many experiencing significant increases in demand for their services and fewer resources to do so effectively.


This year, DND will recognize and honor those whose response has been to rise to the challenge in the face of adversity while demonstrating incredible resilience and charting a path toward recovery.



DND 2021 Tracks and Tentative Workshops

Track One: Response

  • Workshop 1:
    Leveling the Power Dynamics with Foundations
  • Workshop 2:
    Rethinking Fund Development
  • Workshop 3:
    Securing Corporate Sponsorships

Track Two: Resilience

  • Workshop 1:
    Building A Resilient Organization (Rethinking Organizational Structure)
  • Workshop 2:
    Using Collaboration for Systems Change
  • Workshop 3:
    Incorporating scenario planning into the budgeting process
Track Three: Recovery
  • Workshop 1:
    Life Cycle of a Successful Grant
  • Workshop 2:
    Considering different approaches to office space
  • Workshop 3:
    Revenue Diversification Models for Long-term Fiscal Solvency

Bonus Track
  • Workshop 1:
    Self-Care, Beyond Burnout: Redefining Self-Care for the Nonprofit Sector
  • Workshop 2:
    Using debt as a strategic financial tool
  • Workshop 3:
    Building Resources for Your Mission by Partnering with Banks
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September Hargrove is a Vice President and Head of Detroit Philanthropy at JPMorgan Chase responsible for leading the firm’s $200 million commitment to Detroit’s economic recovery, investing across four priority areas: neighborhood revitalization, jobs and skills, small business expansion and financial health.

September is passionate about creating more access to economic opportunity and wealth for underserved communities, especially through entrepreneurship and small business.

In 2019, September was appointed by Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer to the Michigan Strategic Fund responsible for helping to fuel economic activity across the state.

Throughout her career she has focused on taking a data-driven and entrepreneurial approach to design, pilot, innovate, scale and execute solutions to meet business and community needs. In 2020, September was named Crain’s Detroit 40 under 40.


FULL BIOGRAPHY
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September Hargrove is a Vice President and Head of Detroit Philanthropy at JPMorgan Chase responsible for leading the firm’s $200 million commitment to Detroit’s economic recovery, investing across four priority areas: neighborhood revitalization, jobs and skills, small business expansion and financial health.

September is passionate about creating more access to economic opportunity and wealth for underserved communities, especially through entrepreneurship and small business. In 2019, September was appointed by Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer to the Michigan Strategic Fund responsible for helping to fuel economic activity across the state.

Throughout her career she has focused on taking a data-driven and entrepreneurial approach to design, pilot, innovate, scale and execute solutions to meet business and community needs. In 2020, September was named Crain’s Detroit 40 under 40.


Full Biography


I don't know what they would be doing if Detroit Nonprofit Day didn't exist.

Conference Presenter

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Edward Foxworth III

I made so many great connections. I really look forward to connecting with everyone after today and I look forward to attending again next year.

Conference Vendor & Attendee

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Margarita Barry

I'm really excited to be here today, it's been a wonderful day of learning, sharing, and collaborating. It's been a really great experience.

Executive Director, Susan G. Komen of Greater Detroit

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Jaye Sciullo


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