43RD ANNUAL NATIONAL CONFERENCE ON FAITH-BASED SERVICE
OCTOBER 28-29, 2020
Each fall, more than 150 staff members of faith-based volunteer programs, campus personnel, and other partners gather for the National Conference on Faith-Based Service. Hosted in a different location each year, the National Conference is an opportunity for those involved in faith-based service to come together to learn new skills, share their experience and expertise, and network with their colleagues.
The world looks very different than it did a year ago. It has been changed by a global pandemic, shaped by the growing call for racial justice, and shifted by the beginning of an economic downturn. What has not changed is the need for faith and the call to serve. At the 43rd Annual National Conference on Faith-Based Service, we will bring together faith-based service programs and leaders from across the country to re-imagine how they come together in this new reality.
To help REIMAGINE our collective impact, the conference will focus on:
- Injustice and oppression inherent in the history of faith and service
- Authentically working in and with the communities programs serve
- Supporting volunteers in bringing their full selves to the table
- Exploring how to attract volunteers who represent all communities
- Empowering volunteers to positively impact communities
We are pleased to offer the opportunity for organizations, companies, and other partners to be involved with this conference through event sponsorship. We are offering a variety of sponsorship levels and benefits. Click here for more information.
Questions about the National Conference on Faith-Based Service? Contact Sarah Hammel at [email protected].