Presidential Campaign Forum on the Nonprofit Sector

Past Event
Thursday, November 14 - Thursday, November 14, 2019 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM (ET)

Registration is Closed

Livestream

Event Details

What are the 2020 presidential candidates saying about nonprofit organizations and civil society? How will they work with us to address America’s most pressing challenges?

Find out at the Presidential Campaign Forum on the Nonprofit Sector this Thursday at 10:30am ET. This unique event—taking place at Upswell Chicago—will be livestreamed in partnership with the Chronicle of Philanthropy.

New polling shows that voters want candidates to work with nonprofit organizations, so it should come as no surprise that smart presidential candidates are doing just that. Representatives from the Buttigieg, Klobuchar, and Yang campaigns are confirmed for this nonpartisan event, moderated by David Brooks of the New York Times and Helene Gayle of the Chicago Community Trust.

Don’t just watch—get in the action! You can submit a question for the presidential candidates to publicpolicy@independentsector.org by this Wednesday afternoon, and tune in to see if it gets answered by those seeking the highest office in the land.

Nonpartisan civic engagement is a tremendous opportunity for our sector to elevate its issues and build relationships with future policymakers. Mark your calendar today!

Featured Speakers

David Brooks

David Brooks

Weave: The Social Fabric Project
Dan Cardinali

Dan Cardinali

Independent Sector President and CEO
Helene Gayle

Helene Gayle

Chicago Community Trust President and CEO
Myron Frans

Myron Frans

Amy for America
Sonal Shah

Sonal Shah

Pete for America National Policy Director
Julian Posada

Julian Posada

Chief Operating Officer and President LiftUp Enterprises

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