Please join us for a conversation with Tim Delaney of the National Council of Nonprofits, to discuss the latest in federal budget changes and how the nonprofit sector and our partners will fare in this new paradigm.
We'll start the morning with an update by Tim--Urgent Threats: What's at Risk for Nonprofits, Foundations, and our partners in the New Policy Landscape? The 2016 elections altered the faces--and often the philosophies--of policy players at local, state, and federal governments. Charitable nonprofits, foundations, and our partners collectively face urgent threats challenging our work, and even existence. This presentation will connect various policy dots, explore how these issues will affect our work, and bolster us in standing for our missions.
And then we want to hear from you. During the Town Hall, we need your help to inventory federal budget cuts and their potential impacts in Hawai'i, and contribute to a forward-looking discussion to keep our communities thriving.
HANO Town Hall with Tim Delaney
Thursday, May 11, 2017
9:00 a.m. - 11:45 a.m. (Registration at 8:30 a.m.)
Pomaika'i Ballroom, 735 Iwilei Road, Honolulu
Includes a light breakfast buffet
$15 HANO members ($12.50/person for groups of 3 or more)
$25 Non-members ($22.00/person for groups of 3 or more)
Registration closes on May 8
TRAVEL STIPENDS AVAILABLE
More about Tim
Tim Delaney applies his diverse leadership experiences in law, government, and nonprofits as President & CEO of the National Council of Nonprofits, a trusted resource and advocate for America's charitable nonprofits that connects the nation's largest network of nonprofits. His former roles as partner at a large law firm (where he focused on litigation, media law, and government relations), Solicitor General and later Chief Deputy Attorney General for the State of Arizona (where he guided the state to win several cases in the U.S. Supreme Court), and President of the nonprofit Center for Leadership, Ethics & Public Service (where he championed positive ethics and advanced civic engagement) inform his current work helping charitable nonprofits throughout the country achieve greater impact by identifying emerging trends, engaging in critical policy issues, exchanging proven practices, and advancing their missions through advocacy.
Since graduating from Yale and earning joint degrees in law and public affairs from the University of Texas, Tim has helped nonprofits from a variety of vantage points, including as an attorney, author, board chair, CEO, consultant, founder, incubator, lobbyist, teacher, trainer, and volunteer. Tim currently serves on the Leadership Council of Nonprofit VOTE and as a leader of the collaborative "Stand For Your Mission" campaign.
A sought-after speaker, Tim has made more than 100 keynote and other presentations for a diverse range of groups. Additionally, Tim has been interviewed by ABC News, Chronicle of Philanthropy, C-SPAN, NPR, The New York Times, Nonprofit Quarterly, NonProfit Times, San Francisco Chronicle, USA Today, U.S. News and World Report, Wall Street Journal, and many other news outlets. He also writes extensively, publishing articles and reports about advocacy, current events, nonprofits, and public policy.
Suggested reading in advance of the Town Hall:
• Nonprofits Need to Stand Together to Push for Smart Public Policies, The Chronicle of Philanthropy, January 4, 2017
• Keep partisan politics out of the nonprofit sector, The Hill, March 22, 2017
Read more about Tim, and find links to many more of his publications, on the National Council of Nonprofits website.
Mahalo to HCF for its support of this convening!