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The Happy Healthy Nonprofit Book Tour: You Are Invited To Join Us

Happy Healthy Nonprofit

Aliza Sherman and I never dreamed that our book, The Happy Healthy Nonprofit: Strategies for Impact without Burnout, would be such a needed resource in the nonprofit field when we started writing it last year.  Working in the nonprofit sector has become even more stressful in the last few months and we will all need to strengthen our individual and organizational resilience so we can serve our stakeholders without burning out or going crazy.

Starting next week, we’ll be visiting a few cities on the West and East Coasts – dates below – and would love to see you.  We’ll be talking about useful ways that you as a nonprofit professional can take of yourself and bring a culture of well being into your nonprofit workplace.  Won’t you join us?

If you don’t already have our book,  it is full of best practices and examples from nonprofit leaders around the world sharing their secrets on how to make self-care a habit and more importantly how to embed into their organization’s culture so there is sustainable energy to do good work.

Here’s our schedule.
➳ Tue Jan 31SAN FRANCISCO 12:00pm-1:30pm
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TechSoup Lunch Time Brown Bag, 435 Brannan St, San Francisco, CA 94107. Copies of our book available courtesy of Box.org.
SOLD OUT BUT WAITLIST AVAILABLE for Tech Soup Event

 

➳ Tue Jan 31OAKLAND 6pm-8pm
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Hack the Hood Book Party
439 International Blvd, Suite 1 Oakland, CA 94606
REGISTER HERE for Hack the Hood Event ($5 or book + admission for $25)

 

➳ Fri Feb 1 –Webinar (2pm ET/11am PT)

How Top Nonprofit Leaders Avoid Burnout – REGISTER FOR FREE

 

➳ Thu Feb 2SAN FRANCISCO 3pm-5pm

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Foundation Center West & YNPN
312 Sutter Street San Francisco, CA 94108

REGISTER HERE for Foundation Center West & YNPN Event

3pm-4pm – ONLINE Foundation Center
Registration for Livestream broadcasting from the Feb 2 event.

 

➳ Mon Feb 6 – BOSTON 6-8pm

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Location: Podcast Garage

267 Western Ave, Rear, Allston, MA 02134
REGISTER HERE for Boston Event with host Women Online

 

➳ Tue Feb 7 – NEW YORK CITY 6:30 PM – 8:00 PM

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YNPN NYC
location TBA – you will be notified when confirmed
REGISTER HERE for YNPN NYC Event

 

➳ Wed Feb 8 – BROOKLYN, NY 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM

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#501TechNYC

Whole Whale, 81 Prospect Street, Brooklyn, NY 11201
REGISTER HERE for the 501 Tech NYC Event

 

➳ Thu Feb 9 – NEW YORK CITY 10:00 AM – 11:30 AM

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Foundation Center NYC
32 Old Slip, 24th Floor New York, NY 10005

REGISTER HERE for Foundation Center NYC Event

 

➳ Fri Feb 10 – WASHINGTON DC 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM

Georgetown University, Center for Social Impact Communication, 640 Massachusetts Ave NW Washington, DC 20001
REGISTER HERE

 

 

Special thanks to our sponsors:

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2 Responses

  1. Tommy Jhon says:

    Thanks for the tips sharing with us. I think it is one of the good information.

  2. Pamela Allee says:

    Please try to come to Powell’s Books in Portland, Oregon. Or to any bookstore in Portland (Powell’s is the largest…). The first Unitarian Church has a small bookshop, and Probably others do as well…

    Beth came to Portland several years ago, at IRCO, a community for immigrants and refugees – I think the Meyer foundation invited her. The workshop introduced me to facebook, blogging, and twitter, and she told us how cell phones were connecting people in Africa, on social media platforms.

    Thanks, I hope to be able to afford this book – soonish. pam

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