HANOCON is our largest annual gathering in which we bring together nonprofit professionals–as well as sector allies, supporters, and advocates–to network, learn, share ideas, collaborate, and partner.
E Ala E – Awaken: Dawning of a nonprofit rEvolution
This year’s conference theme addresses the rapidly changing environment that is prompting nonprofits and our sector to think and behave differently in order to remain relevant and sustainable. Now is the time to be creative and revolutionary in our thinking. As we awaken to this new reality, HANOCON is an opportunity to engage in conversations about how the sector and individual nonprofits can evolve to meet changing demands, and provide support to nonprofits as they begin to make this shift.
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SUBMIT A SESSION PROPOSAL
The call for session proposals outlines the process and guidelines for submitting an application. Sessions range from pre-conference “deep dive” half-day workshops to 75 minute conference sessions that share best practices and/or sector trends or convene participants to talk story about critical issues. Pre-conference workshops will occur on Thursday, Oct. 10 and the main event will take place on Friday, Oct. 11, 2019, at Pomaika’i Ballrooms in Iwilei. Applications are due by 5:00 p.m. on May 20.
SUBMIT AN AWARDS NOMINATION
HANO invites nominations for the 2019 Hawai’i Nonprofit Awards. These awards recognize individuals and organizations for their significant contributions to Hawaii’s nonprofit sector and our island community. This year we are seeking nominations from the community for two awards:
Nominations are due to HANO by 5:00 p.m. on Tuesday, July 2, 2019. Winners will be celebrated at the HANOCON Awards Luncheon on Friday, October 11, 2019 at Pomaika’i Ballrooms in Honolulu.