2016 Annual Awards Luncheon

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Who Attended

Vanessa Edwards, Neighborhood House
Janice Barbee, MPA, Healing Roots, LLC
Gregg Bell, Catholic Charities of Saint Paul and Minneapolis
Erin Noel, American Cancer Society
Christine Page, Faegre Baker Daniels
Susan Beatty, U.S. Bank
Peter Frosch
Sean Koebele, Twin Cities Habitat for Humanity
Mark Wilkening, Bridging
Kenna Poppler, U.S. Bank

Creating Tomorrow’s Workforce Through Volunteerism

The Corporate Volunteerism Council – Twin Cities (CVC-TC) Annual Awards Luncheon is an opportunity for those involved in growing volunteerism in our communities to network with fellow volunteer leaders and showcase the important work of the CVC-TC and its members through the CVC-TC Innovation Award and Minnesota Employee Engagement Award.

This year’s luncheon will feature a panel discussion around the changing Minnesota workforce and how we as CVC members can influence the region’s recruitment, retention, and engagement of our employees.

2016 Award Applications

You know your company does outstanding work in the community. Make sure everyone else knows, too! Nominate your company for the Corporate Volunteerism Council Innovation Award or the Minnesota Employee Engagement Award. Recipients will each receive a $1,000 contribution to the nonprofit organization of their choice.

Nomination forms for the two awards are available now with an application deadline of April 25, 2016. Learn more »

Sponsors Needed

As a sponsor of the CVC-TC Annual Awards Luncheon, you can reach influential leaders from Minnesota’s philanthropic and nonprofit communities and support their work in promoting volunteerism. Learn more »

Note: To access any members-only materials for this event, you must be logged in and a current member of CVC-TC.

Event Details

Start
11:30am on Thursday, May 12, 2016
End
1:30pm on Thursday, May 12, 2016
Schedule
11:30 Registration and Networking
12:00 Welcome
Emcee Tim McNiff
Executive Director of Media Relations, Media Minefield
12:15 Lunch
12:30 Annual CVC-TC Awards Presentation
Volunteerism Council Innovation Award
Minnesota Employee Engagement Award
12:50 Program: Creating Tomorrow’s Workforce Through Volunteerism
Cecile Bedor, Executive Vice President, Greater MSP
Miguel Ramos, Director, Diversity Marketing
1:30 Luncheon Ends
Location
Target Field
1 Twins Way
55403 Minneapolis , MN

Guests should access the ballpark through either Gate 29 or the Skyway via Ramp A. Target Field staff will be on hand to direct you to the Kirby Puckett Atrium where the luncheon will be held. If driving to the ballpark, the closest parking ramp is Ramp A.

Register by
10:00pm on Monday, May 2, 2016
Registration
Registration for this event has closed.
Cancellation/ Refund/ No-Show Policy

Cancellations received by the office at least two business days prior to the event are eligible for a refund of the registration fee. No refunds will be provided for cancellations received fewer than two business days prior to the event. No-shows will be billed for any unpaid registration fees.

The Corporate Volunteerism Council – Twin Cities (CVC-TC) Annual Awards Luncheon is an opportunity for those involved in growing volunteerism in our communities to network with fellow volunteer leaders, to make new friends and to showcase the important work of the CVC-TC and its members through the CVC Innovation Award and the Minnesota Employee Engagement Award.

Share your appreciation for the important work being done by those involved in volunteer management by signing up to sponsor the CVC-TC Annual Awards Luncheon. As a sponsor, you can reach influential leaders from Minnesota’s philanthropic and non-profit communities and support their work in promoting volunteerism.

If you have any questions about sponsorship, please contact Stephanie Johnson.

Sponsor Opportunities and Benefits

*You will be the sole presenting sponsor.

Become a sponsor