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.
Mahalo to our title sponsor, Hawai’i Community Foundation! And a big thanks to ALL of our early sponsors and exhibitors, which also includes: Kaiser Permanente, Olelo Community Media, Consuelo Foundation, ALTRES, Parents and Children Together, Papa Ola Lokahi, 1132 Cafe, Hawaii Energy, Wikoff Combs & Co., LLC, the Mamoru and Aiko Takitani Foundation, Alaska Airlines, Kompas Studio, POP Creative Media, Island Insurance Companies, UHM CSS Public Administration Program, Accumulus, Aloha United Way, Goodwill Hawaii, INPEACE, Ezuka Law Offices, LLC, Honolulu Habitat for Hawaii, Kanu Hawaii, YourMembership, and GrantStation.
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.
JOIN US AS A SPONSOR or EXHIBITOR
- Click here to view details + claim sponsorship opportunities
- Click here to view details + register for an exhibit booth
Nonprofit Board Leadership Institute 2019
The Nonprofit Board Leadership Institute (NBLI) will occur concurrently with HANOCON & Awards 2019. NBLI provides professionals board governance training to become effective board members and community leaders. View complete event details here.
As part of HANOCON & Awards 2019, we will host pre-conference sessions as a way to offer ‘deeper dives’ into topics of interest to the sector. These two workshops are scheduled from 12:30 to 4:00 p.m. on Thursday, October 10, 2019 at Pomaikai Ballrooms. Registration for these workshops is completely separate from the full day conference on Friday, October 11 and open to everyone, whether you are able to join for the conference or not. Click the links below for session descriptions and registration links.
- A Disaster DIET: Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Transformation Before, During, and After Emergencies
- DEEP ROOTS: Navigating Mission-Driven Executive Transitions in Hawaiʻi
2019 REGISTRATION RATES
HANO Member // EARLY BIRD registration: $225 – ends Aug. 31 Non-member // EARLY BIRD registration: $250 – ends Aug. 31
- HANO Member // REGULAR registration: $250 – ends Sep. 30
- Non-member // REGULAR registration: $280 – ends Sep. 30
- HANO Member // LATE registration: $280 – ends Oct. 11
- Non-member // LATE registration: $325 – ends Oct. 11
- Awards Luncheon only
- $70 individual ticket
- $280 four seats
- $1,000 table of ten