Thursday, Oct. 31, 2019
The Madison Nonprofit Day Conference
The Midwest's Best Skills Building and Networking Conference for the Social Sector— nonprofits, social entrepreneurs, public servants, more.
Gain the professional skills you need to soar, explore new and emerging ideas, engage with change-makers across sectors, network, network, and network— Madison Nonprofit Day
Celebrating those who desire to make an impact, Madison Nonprofit Day is a conference and celebration of people doing social good work. You deserve an opportunity— come meet, greet, and learn from the midwest's best.
Our Amazing Speakers
Meet some of the speakers and panelist for the 2019 Madison Nonprofit Day Conference. This list is a work in progress, we will be adding more speakers and building out the workshop profiles throughout the month of August,
so keep checking back to discover more.
Building an Appreciation Culture
Direct-To-Camera Social Media Videos:
How to do them Right.
Forget your Mission:
Get Inspired by Experiences
You’re Writing Your Emails Wrong
Using Design Thinking for Collaborative Problem-Solving
How to Make Yourself Memorable — Instantaneous Differentiation
Introduction to Finding Grants
Crafting your Story
The Art of Not-Networking
Get Tickets — Register Today
Please note, nonprofits registering more than 5 people, we have discount codes that you can use. Please email us and ask for one. We'd like to support your efforts to provide your staff with professional development and networking opportunities. There are volunteer opportunities and scholarships, they are both limited and run out rapidly. Please look below for more details and to see if any opportunities still exist.
Poet Laureate, City of Madison
Serves as a cultural ambassador for poetry in the City of Madison— Bringing poetry to the community and the community to poetry. Mireles is also a teacher and author. He states his greatest honor has been serving as executive director at the Omega School.
Mireles, from Racine, Wisconsin, writes about life as a Latino and is known for his poetry anthology titled “I Didn’t Know There Were Latinos in Wisconsin.”
In 2016, Madison Magazine, who recognizes who's who with their annual 'M List', recognized Oscar as an individual having an impact on our local culture and economy.
Our Partners & Sponsors
Madison Nonprofit Day is a social sector, capacity building project founded by Collaboration for Good, but would be impossible to provide without the generous help and contributions of our partners and sponsors. From time (volunteer organizers) to space (pre-conference and other activities) to financial contributions (food, scholarships, conference bags, and much more), our partners and sponsors make Madison Nonprofit Day happen. Sponsors are still being added.
Madison Nonprofit Day takes a massive effort to put on. Every year, between 60-90 volunteers help us, plan, organize, market, and run the Day of Events & Activities. These amazing individuals receive a free ticket from us. This year, we are pre-collecting volunteer names, until the official volunteer slots are released, as well as to add a few more volunteers to help pre-event.
Volunteering is a great way to attend Madison Nonprofit Day for free. We offer two-primary options, with a ton of flexibility per option. Sign-up today. Space is limited.
Every year we provide scholarships for individuals who could not afford to attend any other way. To receive a scholarship, you can apply online. The availability is limited, and when the set aside tickets are gone, they are gone. The process is quick and easy. You provide us your name, position/title, the name of the nonprofit you work for or your non-work status (retired, volunteer, unemployeed, etc.). Once a week, we generate tickets for as long as tickets are available. We will inactive the button, when scholarships run out.
Drop Us a Line
This website is updated in four phases, based on our confirmation and data collection process. If you don't see what you are looking for, drop us a line. We may have the information, but it may not be ready to go live.
Find Us on Map
This event will be hosted at
Monona Terrace, 1 John Nolen Drive, Madison, WI