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Join Network for Good and special guest, Henry Timms, for a live broadcast from 92nd Street Y in New York City!

Why do some nonprofits leap ahead while others fall behind in today's chaotic, connected world? During this special NFG event, Henry Timms (President and CEO of 92nd Street Y, Founder of #GivingTuesday) will speak on the topics outlined in his book, New Power: How Power Works in our Hyperconnected World - and How to Make it Work for you. As a nonprofit leader, storytelling is central to effective fundraising. We will chat with Henry about the most powerful stories of our age and reveal what's really behind them: The rise of "new power" - and we'll connect it to a practical framework for fundraising in the 21st century.

Henry will present tools for understanding how power is shifting and share some techniques that will help you navigate fundraising and reach more donors in the modern age. He'll cover:

  • What the shift to new power means for nonprofits, the stories they tell, and the way they engage with donors and their communities 
  • How to channel new power and connect with donors in a more meaningful way 
  • How to leverage techniques such as Peer-to-Peer Giving and digital media channels to boost fundraising

We'll close out the event with a live Q&A with Henry.

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About Our Speaker


Henry Timms, President and CEO of 92nd Street Y

Henry Timms is President and CEO of 92nd Street Y, a cultural and community center that creates programs and movements that foster learning and civic engagement. Under his leadership, the 144-year-old institution was named to Fast Company’s “Most Innovative Companies” list. He is the co-founder of #GivingTuesday, a global philanthropic movement that engages people in close to 100 countries that has generated hundreds of millions of dollars for good causes. Henry is a Hauser Visiting Leader, Center for Public Leadership at Harvard Kennedy School and Visiting Fellow at Stanford University’s Center on Philanthropy and Civil Society. With Jeremy Heimans, Henry co-authored the book New Power: How Power Works In Our Hyperconnected World - and How to Make it Work for You, described by David Brooks in the New York Times as “the best window I’ve seen into this new world”.