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LUNCHEON - Applying the “Triple Bottom Line” Framework in the Non-Profit Sector: How To Do It
Moderator: Tommy Edwards, Beneficial State Bank
Panelists: Representatives From Three Local Non-Profits That Have Taken A Leadership Role in People, Planet, & Sustainable Profit
Sarah Sieloff, Executive Director & Erica Rippe, Program Manager — Center for Creative Land Recycling
Annie Claybaugh, Director of Operations — Beneficial State Foundation
Emily Hobbs, Development Manager — Fair Trade USA
The New Year presents a great time to reflect and take renewed action to make our organizations stronger, more resilient and in better alignment with our core values. The “Triple Bottom Line” – i.e. people, planet and sustainable profit – has been a great tool and framework for socially responsible businesses. But did you know that more non-profits are using this framework for their own organizations? At our February Luncheon / Panel, come learn from three non-profits on how they have adopted this framework, the benefits they've experienced, the reception from donors, and lessons learned along the process. Come share your ideas as well. Please invite your executive directors, board members, major donors, and other fundraising and program staff! Afterwards, mingle with representatives from Beneficial State Bank, our generous host and exemplary community partner, and your fellow DER colleagues.
About Our Host
Beneficial State Bank (Beneficial State) is a state-chartered, federally insured and for-profit bank and public benefit corporation. Its economic rights are majority-owned by the non-profit Beneficial State Foundation, which is in turn permanently governed in the public interest. That ownership allows the bank to prove and maintain an innovative model for banking that generates benefit for people and the planet and avoids harm to any while being financially safe and sound. Today, Beneficial State has grown to over $1 billion in assets, 250 colleagues, and 17 locations in California, Oregon, and Washington. Beneficial State is both a Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI) as designated by the US Treasury and a Certified B Corp.
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Registration for this event is required: $20 for DER members and $40 for non-DER members. (To receive the discounted members' rate, please sign in to your account before registering.)
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This event is pending approval for 1.5 CFRE points.
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Venue: Beneficial State Bank HQ, 1438 Webster Street, Suite 300, Oakland, CA 94612 (in walking distance of the 12th Street Oakland City Center BART Station).
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Cancellation Policy: If you contact us to cancel your registration before the deadline (2/20 at noon), you may receive credit towards a future event. If you cancel your registration after the deadline, the payment will be considered a tax-deductible donation to DER. Thank you for your support!
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