The charitable sector has responded to our nation’s tremendous challenges – a global pandemic, racial injustice, societal polarization – in remarkable ways.
The Independent Sector Board of Directors invites all Independent Sector members to a special celebration of our collective work and an exploration of some monumental opportunities that are immediately ahead of us.
Part 1: Annual Meeting
As an Independent Sector member, you help shape not only the work of our organization and community, but the impact of civil society as a whole. We’ll reflect on our shared accomplishments, preview what’s to come, and introduce some extraordinary leaders who are slated to join the board.
The Town Hall will include the election of board members and approval of Amendments to IS Bylaws. If you are unable to attend, please submit a proxy to be executed on your behalf.
Part 2: Town Hall
The nonprofit sector is key to creating healthier and more equitable nation, which is why representation for the sector at the highest levels of government is imperative.
In 2021, Independent Sector and our partners intensely advocated for new policies and processes that would deepen the partnership between the sector and the federal government. We’re excited to invite you to join a conversation about these efforts – including the prospect of a new White House Office on the Nonprofit Sector.
This level of representation in the White House would enable every organization to spend less time explaining their work to policymakers and more time delivering on their mission. But achieving this level of representation will take a united campaign.
You’ll have the chance to share your input, feedback, and stories of impact that can strengthen our collective voice in this effort.