Join us on February 22nd for our 10th Annual Nonprofit Day on the Hill!
On Thursday, February 22, nonprofit organizations will gather at the Capitol to educate and advocate for their respective organizations. For the past nine years, the Utah Nonprofits Association has organized this event to educate Utah's policy makers on the breadth and depth of Utah's social sector, to help our members understand the importance of their voice in the policy making process and to provide training on how to make your voice heard!
"Thanks again for your sponsorship of Nonprofit Day on the Hill. It was exciting to see so many wonderful nonprofits represented—Utah truly does have an amazing collection of organizations committed to improving our communities. Thanks for all your efforts in assisting those organizations, including the MS Society, Utah-Southern Idaho Chapter." Todd Oldroyd, Trustee for the Chapter I 2016 attendee
10th Annual Nonprofit Day on the Hill
Registration opens December 2017
Participant organizations meet in the rotunda with informational displays about their organizations.
Collectively we are recognized in the State House and Senate.
After a brief tour and orientation, members have an opportunity to "lobby";
meeting with their state senators and representatives to share their missions, goals and messages.
The cost to attend Nonprofit Day on the Hill is $75 for Members/$150 for Non-Members and includes attendance for 2 people at the Advocacy 101 Training on February 2nd.
(See below for more information). If you have never spoken to your legislators before, attending this training is required.
If you are a member, please remember to login to the website prior to registering in order to receive the discounted price.
Before registering, you will need to know your organization's Representative, Senator, and Zip + 4.
- To find your Representative & Senator, go to http://le.utah.gov
- To find your Zip + 4, go to www.usps.com
Schedule: (times are approximate)
|8:00-8:45 a.m.||Arrive, check-in at UNA table and display set-up||Rotunda (2nd floor)|
|9:00-9:30 a.m.||Welcome, Introductions and Orientation||Multipurpose Room – Rm. 130 (1st floor)|
|9:30-9:45 a.m.||Prepare notes to Representatives & Senators||Rotunda|
|9:45 a.m.||Gather and go to the House Chamber Gallery||West Stairs|
|10:00 – 10:15 a.m.||Nonprofit recognition in the House||House Chamber Gallery (4th floor)|
|10:15 a.m.||Go to Senate Chamber Gallery|
|10:15-10:30 a.m.||Nonprofit recognition in the Senate||Senate Chamber Gallery (4th floor)|
|10:30-11:45 a.m.||Notes to and meetings with Representatives||Landing outside House Chambers|
|11:45 a.m.-12:15 p.m.||Notes to & meetings with Senators||Landing outside Senate Chambers|
|12:15 p.m.||Lunch on your own||Rotunda, Capitol Cafeteria|
|12:15-2:00 p.m.||Legislators are invited to visit tables in Rotunda & enjoy refreshments, hosted by UNA.||Rotunda (east side)|
|2:00-2:30 p.m.||Break down and leave.||Rotunda|
Free Registration for Advocacy 101 workshop
Your registration for this event also includes two free registrations for the Advocacy 101 class. The class will be held approximately 2 weeks before the event. If you have never spoken to your legislators on behalf of your organization, attending this training is required. After your purchase, you will find the discount code in your receipt for the event in your inbox.
Advocacy 101 will be taught in February by Jayceen Craven Walker who also provides guidance on site at Nonprofit Day on the Hill.
Bio: Jayceen is currently a Government Relations and Advocacy consultant. She has worked with Utah nonprofit groups and government organizations for over 19 years. Prior to starting her own business, she assisted clients of Pathway Associates to create and implement comprehensive government relations strategies that addressed both immediate needs and long term goals. Jayceen expertly navigates the complexities of State and Federal government, including rural regulatory agencies, county councils, State legislature and Federal Representation. She also has extensive experience in planning and executing educational program development and outreach, while securing community-wide support for these programs. Jayceen received an associate's degree from the College of Eastern Utah, which recently named her a distinguished alumnus, and a bachelor's degree from Southern Utah University. She is also an accomplished actress, having worked with the Utah Shakespeare Festival and the Great American Melodrama in California. She has often performed with the Salt Lake Acting Company, The Grand Theatre, Park City Performance, and Plan B Theatre, as well as in commercials, television, films and voice over work. Jayceen currently serves on the Board of Directors of the Utah Museum Association, the Utah Cultural Alliance and the Mary G. Steiner Egyptian Theater in Park City.
Location: Utah State Capitol
Contact: Brooke Dimond at email@example.com or 801-596-1801