Presentations and Speakers

Call for Presentation Proposals: Open now through March 29, 2024 (click for details)

The U.S. Conference on Poverty and Basic Needs stands out as the premier event for community leaders seeking training in poverty alleviation through basic needs distribution strategies. Renowned for its unparalleled depth of expertise and cutting-edge insights at the intersection of poverty and basic needs, this conference provides attendees with invaluable tools and resources to address challenges on local, state, and regional levels. Through dynamic workshops with leading experts, participants gain actionable knowledge and foster impactful collaborations.

For more information about presenting and speaking opportunities, please contact [email protected].

Examples of Previous Breakout Sessions

Strategic Planning Based on Organizational Values
Strengthen Your Team and Develop Leadership Succession
Embedding DEI into the Core of Your Diaper Bank Strategy
Know Your Numbers, Know Your Donors: Best Practices to Fund Raise
Major Gift Prospect Identification and Moves Management
Impact-Based Storytelling and Building Your Case for Support
Dashboards and Data – Measuring Success And Forecasting Growth
Using Research to Increase Community Engagement and Action
Advocacy Program Evaluation
Building and Leveraging Media Relationships
Five Things You Can Do To Improve Your Digital Marketing In Under One Hour
Volunteer Overhaul: Create an Exceptional Volunteer Experience from Beginning to End
Creating Community Partnerships With Your Library District
Home Visiting Programs – Working Together to Distribute Basic Needs
Using a Mobile Diaper Bank Model to Reach Underserved Populations in an Equitable Way
Partnering with County Government to Increase Diaper Access
Period Poverty, Equity, and Populations Most Affected by Recent Legislation
Period Product Resources and Needs in Schools: a Statewide Assessment
The Impacts of an Illustrated Puberty Book Among Girls Ages 9-12 in New York