What we accomplish together: Building new and inclusive nonprofit partnerships
Let’s be honest, nonprofit work can be exhausting and often creates burnout. There are limited resources available and limited activists to reach out to. It’s easy to feel stuck in a rut.
The good news is, you don’t have to do this work alone. There are lots of ways you can join other groups to bolster both of your missions in really effective ways. The catch is, nonprofit collaboration and partnership have to be done strategically to make sure you both reach your goals efficiently and sustainably. We’ll share case studies from Corporate Accountability and many more organizations to give you insight into how to build successful, inclusive, and collaborative partnerships.
Come chat with us about creating abundance through true nonprofit partnership rather than competition through division. When we work together, there’s nothing we can’t do.
Session Type60 minute session
- Learn about increasing your organizational brand exposure by promoting another group's work
- Fundraise in partnership with dedicated allyship campaigns
- Expand your list through exchanges, swaps, and strong advocacy collaboration
Target AudienceAnyone who wants to create meaningful coalitions that lead to successful advocacy and fundraising campaigns.
Senior Account Executive
Mal Warwick Donordigital
Jack Valor is a Digital Senior Account Executive with over eight years of experience in nonprofit and political campaign-based consulting. They specialize in email marketing, fundraising, deliverability assessment, optimization testing, and social media management. Jack has overseen strategy development for various high-profile nonprofits in the animal rights, women’s rights, anti-corporate abuse, public broadcasting, and environmental sectors – making them ready for any challenge an organization may face.
Taylor has more than a decade of experience using digital tools to organize people to take action, vote, and donate to progressive causes. He currently runs the digital program at Corporate Accountability, where he employs innovative and tried-and-true practices to ensure people know about, feel connected to, and engage with Corporate Accountability’s work and mission. He has added hundreds of thousands of people to the organization’s email list, helped develop and launch a new organizational website, and raised hundreds of thousands of dollars from thousands of small-dollar donors.
His previous positions include Connecticut Communications Director for the Working Families Party, Digital Director on a congressional campaign, and Digital Organizer with Change.org and Progressive Majority. He started his career, and fell in love with using technology to create change, on United Food and Commercial Workers International Union’s Wake Up Walmart campaign.
His path toward social change started years before that. When he was 16, he answered an ad in the newspaper for an organization hiring activists. He spent the summer canvassing for a public election program in Connecticut — which passed and is still running more than a decade later.