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NG Reimagined Schedule

We are honored to highlight our Community Partner of the Year - The Base. We are deeply grateful that we will be joined by The Base’s Founder & President, Robert Lewis Jr. as our keynote speaker. Having recently recovered from COVID-19, Robert will reflect on this moment in our city and our country, on the importance of community, and on the work we can do together!

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Robert Lewis Jr., Founder and President of The BASE

Robert Lewis Jr. is a nationally recognized thought leader, public speaker and passionate advocate for urban youth. He has deep experience with grassroots, community-based organizations throughout Greater Boston and government entities, colleges, sports franchises and philanthropic foundations throughout the country.

Community Impact Honoree

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Corporate Honoree 

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Goals of the Nongala reimagined

Not only will this be a night of connection and reflection for our network, but it will be a chance to fuel the work ahead. In the first weeks of the public health and economic crisis of COVID-19, Building Impact launched a Virtual Volunteering Platform to support agencies serving vulnerable populations on the front line of this crisis. 

To date, our Virtual Volunteering Platform #StayInReachOut has allowed us to engage 1300+ volunteers to respond to urgent needs for hygiene products, provide 16,000 takeaway meal bags from emergency meal school sites, raised over $10,000 in gift cards for groceries for homeless families and matched 200+ volunteers to be phone buddies for isolated seniors. However, we know we are only scratching the surface of the work that is needed to support nonprofit organizations on the front lines. 

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Seeking Sponsors

Funds raised during the NonGala Reimagined will be directed to our COVID-19 Innovation Fund to help us expand our Virtual Volunteering platform to develop new innovative programs to meet the unprecedented growing needs of our communities and nonprofits right now. Contributions will also support the launching of our second Impact Fellows Program, a five-week professional development course for socially-minded professionals to build impact through team-based volunteering.

Join us in this important work and click here to sponsor our NonGala Reimagined

If you have any questions about sponsorship opportunities, please reach out to sponsor@buildingimpact.org

Special Innovation Sponsor - $10,000

This level of support will allow for Building Impact to:

  • Recruit more volunteers to engage in our Virtual Volunteering programs
  • Enhance our use of technology to better support synchronous volunteer opportunities
  • Deepen our collaboration with nonprofit partners by developing skills-based volunteering projects and responding to capacity-building requests

Sponsorship Benefits: 

  • 2 seats in the Impact Fellows Class of 2020 - a 5 Week Course for Leadership in Volunteering 
  • A complimentary Vino & Volunteering virtual session for your company/team for up to 50 people facilitated live by a Building Impact team member
  • NonGala Reimagined Volunteer Project sponsored by your company
  • Recognition on NonGala video, webpage, slideshow & email blasts
  • Special acknowledgement during the virtual event

Community Leadership Sponsor - $5,000

This level of support will allow for Building Impact to:

  • Assist with the expansion of our Virtual Volunteering Platform to support the pressing needs of more community organizations
  • Enhance our technology capabilities to expand our projects and outreach strategies

Sponsorship Benefits:

  • 1 seat in the Impact Fellows Class of 2020 - a 5 Week Course for Leadership in Volunteering
  • A complimentary Vino & Volunteering virtual session for your company/team up to 50 people facilitated live by a Building Impact team member
  • Recognition on event webpage, slideshow & email blasts
  • Special acknowledgement during the virtual event

Community Impact Sponsor - $3,000

This level of support will allow Building Impact to:

  • Expand upon our evaluation capabilities to readily collect, monitor and evaluate data to accurately reflect our network's collective impact on the community

Sponsorship Benefits:

  • A complimentary Vino & Volunteering virtual session for your company/team up to 25 people facilitated live by a Building Impact team member
  • Recognition on event webpage, slideshow & email blasts

Community Connect Sponsor - $1,000

This level of support will allow for Building Impact to:

  • Purchase necessary PPE supplies for staff to safely assemble and deliver project supplies to nonprofits in compliance with governmental public health guidelines

Sponsorship Benefits:

  • A complimentary virtual volunteering kit program tailored for your company/team up to 10 people
  • Prominent recognition on event webpage, slideshow & website

Congratulations

Impact Award winners 

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This recognition highlights the generosity and engagement of your volunteers to the local Boston nonprofit community in 2019 - and places your organization at the top of our network of over 500 companies.

Service Leader Award Winners

Reservoir Woods (Davis Companies) 

75-101 Federal (Rockhill Management) 

Unicorn Park (National Development) 

The District (National Development) 

One Financial Center (JLL) 

AEW

Columbia Construction Company

Stantec

Synopsys

Tripadvisor

Takeda

VHB 

Mullen Lowe

Perkin Elmer

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Predictive Index

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Gold Award Winners

100 High (Rockhill Management)

101 Station Drive (National Development)

101 Tremont Street (Paradigm Properties) 

160 Federal Street (Rockhill Management) 

175-200 Crossing Blvd (National Development) 

200 High (Davis Companies) 

215 First (Alexandria) 

40 Broad (Lincoln) 

699 Boylston (Cushman & Wakefield) 

99 Summer Street (Rockhill Management)

Bricks at Fort Point (Paradigm Properties)

Bulfinch 

National Development Communities

The Crosby Center (National Development) 

Middlesex Green (Paradigm Properties) 

Osborn Triangle (Bulfinch) 

Riverworks (Paradigm Properties)

The Center at Corporate Drive (CBRE)  

ownerIQ, now Inmar Intelligence 

Salesforce

Skanska

ACIS

Cerulli Associates 

Endurance 

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Silver Award Winners

148 State Street (Taurus)

250 First Ave (Bulfinch) 

260 Charles Street (Paradigm Properties) 

RS56 (Paradigm Properties)

93 Summer Street (Paradigm Properties) 

Marcus Partners

Aerodiagnostics

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Thank you to our Sponsors

 

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Host Committee

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Timothy James

State Street, Vice President

Shelly Just

Shelly Just

Implementation Manager, HqO

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Emet Peters

Office Manager- Leasing Assistant, Paradigm Properties

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Jessica McGuinn

Assistant Property Manager, Paradigm Properties

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Noah Sparkman

Investment Analyst/Assistant Project Manager, Paradigm Properties

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Louisa Caldwell

Assistant Property Manager, Paradigm Properties

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Catrina Rosset

Property Accountant, Paradigm Properties

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Emily Sampson

Client Service Liaison, Paradigm Properties 

Kelsey Welsh Associate Creative Director

Kelsey Welsh

Associate Creative Director, Inmar Intelligence

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Oliver Johnson

Acquisitions Analyst, GID

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Vincent Fiore

Operations Coordinator, JLL

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Sam Gruber

Senior Assistant Property Manager, Cushman & Wakefield