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Legislative Advocacy Appetizer

When:
Friday, February 1, 2019, 12:00 PM until 1:00 PM
Where:
Webinar

Category:
Webinar
Registration is required
Payment In Advance Only
No Fee
$15.00
No Fee
No Fee
$15.00
$15.00
Join us for a webinar to learn how your nonprofit can advance your mission through support of the Volunteerism Bill and get ready for Volunteer Day at the Capitol (February 25, 2019 9am- 3pm) by gaining a basic understanding of how a bill becomes a law and how to have an effective meeting with a legislator. Learn details about the Volunteerism Bill and why helping to pass the Bill could be a game changer for your organization. Hear from a MAVA member about how several groups used innovation in volunteerism to address unmet community needs and how the Volunteerism Bill (if passed) would support innovation in addressing unmet needs through volunteerism.

Your Trainers:
Niila Hebert, CVA, Volunteer Relations Manager with Girl Scouts River Valleys. Niila has worked as a Volunteer Manager for over 10 years and has used her platform to be an advocate for volunteerism and philanthropy. Niila currently holds the position as MAVA's Public Policy Chair.

Karmit Bulman, Esq. Karmit is MAVA's Executive Director. She has been involved in legislative work for many years and has worked to pass major legislation in the areas of family law, domestic violence and conflict resolution. She serves on MAVA's Public Policy Committee.

Karen Pifher, MS, LSW. Karen is the West Market Community Health Manager for Essentia Health, and also serves as the leader of Becker County Energize which is leading the Volunteer Community initiative to advance health and wellbeing. Serving on the Minnesota Department of Health - Health Equity Leadership Network, the Partnership 4 Health Community Leadership Team, as the President of the Board for two local non-profits, and a leader in her faith community, service and volunteerism is a value of hers.