Effective End-of-Year 
Appeal Campaigns   
Join us as we explore the essentials of carrying out an annual End-of-Year Appeal... Come away with tips that may make your annual giving campaign more successful
than ever before!
Thursday, Sept. 10, 2015 
10:00 am - Noon

Bankhead Theater Lobby
2400 First St.  
Downtown Livermore

Please note!
Doors open at 10 am
for this meeting!

10 am: Coffee & Networking
10:30 am: Program 
Pass the word along! 
TVNP A encourages you to bring your colleagues to monthly meetings with you! We serve executive directors, staff members, board directors, and volunteers of nonprofit organizations with resource information and more. M embers of the community at large are also welcome to attend.

Together, we're better!

Bring Your Organization's 
Marketing Collateral 
to Monthly Meetings

Get the word out! TVNPA
provides table space each month
for nonprofits to display their
program information, event
flyers and organization brochures.

We provide the table space... you provide your collateral! 

TVNPA sincerely thanks the Livermore Valley Performing Arts Center for their generosity in providing a beautiful venue for us to hold our meeting this month!

Tri-Valley Nonprofit Alliance

Effective End-of-Year Appeals--
Bringing the Year to a Close
with a Strong Finish!

Thursday, September 10, 2015, 10 am - Noon

It's that time of year when every development professional prepares for the big year-end push to send out that final appeal letter. Is your organization ready to launch an effective end-of-year appeal?

This month's presentation will cover the key elements of planning your campaign... starting now! Presented by Julie Seelen, this discussion will cover how to write the best appeal letter and inform us about using multi-channel communications.

Join us to explore the essentials of carrying out an annual End-of-Year Appeal and come away with some tips that may make your year end giving campaign more successful than ever before!

Julie Seelen is a Bay Area fund development professional. She was previously the Advancement Director at Save Mount Diablo where her responsibilities included fund development, communications and outreach. Her professional experience includes annual giving, planned giving, capital campaigns, grant writing, and organizing large recreational events with more than 1000 participants. She has a Master's Degree in Architecture and Building Construction from the University of Technology in Eindhoven, Netherlands. 

For more information, 
email Kathy Young, TVNPA Co-Founder

TVNPA Serves Over 200 Nonprofit Organizations Within Last Year

Did you know? The Tri-Valley Nonprofit Alliance has served over 200 nonprofit organizations and local businesses since last November with relevant information, resources and networking opportunities for staff members, volunteers and board directors. Participant attendance at our monthly meetings has steadily increased, month-over-month, throughout 2015.

In the spirit of TVNPA's commitment to forging partnerships, strengthening local communities and increasing collaboration between nonprofits in the region, we are delighted to see the TVNPA community grow and thrive, both in size and in depth. Since our inception, we have seen new networks established, new knowledge gained, and new friendships made at our meetings and events!

Have you made a new connection or learned key information at one of our events that has had a positive affect on your organization? We would love to hear your feedback...  Send TVNPA an email!

For more information about TVNPA, 
email Kathy Young, TVNPA Co-Founder

Join the Tri-Valley Nonprofit Alliance LinkedIn Member Group!

Start expanding your LinkedIn network today through the Tri-Valley Nonprofit Alliance Member Group!

For more information, 
email Kathy Young, TVNPA Co-Founder

Tri-Valley Nonprofit Alliance
  Partnership | Collaboration | Community
The Tri-Valley Nonprofit Alliance provides nonprofit organizations with opportunities to meet, collaborate and share resources, thereby strengthening each other as they work to achieve their missions.

The organization's philosophy is simply put: together, we're better. When local nonprofits succeed and thrive, the entire community is strengthened. The Tri-Valley Nonprofit Alliance supports nonprofit organizations located within the Tri-Valley and throughout the San Francisco Bay Area. 
Start-up funding is always appreciated; however, we are currently working towards applying for official nonprofit status with the IRS. Please consult a licensed tax advisor regarding charitable giving to TVNPA. 

To make a contribution or for more information about the organization, we welcome you to contact Co-Founders Kathy Young and Mony Nop or visit our website to learn more about the TVNPA.