8 Reasons to Attend the NPO Engagement Party at #14NTC
We all know that the best part of any conference are the connections you make: those chance encounters in the Starbucks line or the hotel bar. Your days are packed with high-quality content and inspiring speakers, but at the end of the day it is those kindred spirits you meet in our zany nonprofit technology community that you will remember.
This is what Idealist Consulting’s Nonprofit Engagement Party is all about. It’s happening March 13 in DC during the 2014 Nonprofit Technology Conference. The Connected Cause is back as a sponsor, and all nonprofit organizations are invited (but space is limited, so RSVP soon).
Here are our top reasons to attend the #NPOEngagementParty:
All the cool kids are there.
The last party held during Dreamforce had over 500 attendees, including the Nonprofit Success Enabler from LinkedIn, CEOs from many top-rated solutions, Salesforce Account Executives, and of course scores of interesting nonprofits. This is where they all go after a long day of conference-ing to unwind.
Because nothing says nonprofit connection like a photo with your new friends and goofy props.
No further explanation necessary.
Like summer camp, only better.
You reunite with all your old friends and make some new ones. No lanyard-making or lake-swimming required.
The #14NTC party is hosted at New Heights Restaurant, known for delicious seasonal offerings. Chickpea panisse or roasted beets with blue cheese, anyone?
Because sometimes you just want to dance. Send song requests in advance to @idealistcons using hashtag #npoengagementparty. Or click here: DJ play my song!
Just a quick stumble home.
New Heights is just a few short blocks from the NTC conference hotel – no cross-town cab or late-night public transit negotiation required.
More than just a party.
Most of all – the NPO Engagement Party is for you, the nonprofit community, to find your people. From there, almost anything is possible.
Need another reason to attend? Here’s a recap video of the Dreamforce #DF13 #NPOEngagementParty: