The 2017 National Sunshine Summit to End Hunger will host breakout sessions during the event. Please see the descriptions below to choose the appropriate application.
Tampa Bay Network to End Hunger
Request for Proposals
The Tampa Bay Network to End Hunger is pleased to invite you to submit a proposal to lead a workshop during the 2017 National Sunshine Summit to End Hunger. In partnership with the national Alliance to End Hunger, we have merged our annual conference with the Alliance’s annual Hunger Free Communities Summit to create a single, high-impact event. The summit will be held November 6 and 7, 2017 at the Amalie Arena, “Home of the Tampa Bay Lightning” in Tampa, Florida.
This call for proposals is divided into three different opportunities for you to engage summit attendees. The application will ask you to select one of the following as the primary objective for the proposed workshop:
Track 1: Share an innovative practice at your organization.
Track 2: Explore the possibility of launching a new program or practice and receive feedback.
Track 3: Bring attention to emerging issues that could affect our efforts.
Most workshops will accommodate up to 50 people. Workshops are 60 minutes long, including a Q&A session. A/V is available upon request. Speakers will be offered complimentary registration.
The deadline to submit proposals is August 25, 2017. Please email your proposal, or questions about this proposal process, to Sandy Cooper: Sandy.Cooper@NetworkToEndHunger.org.Download Application
Alliance to End Hunger
Request for Proposals
You are invited to submit a workshop proposal for the 2017 Hunger Free Communities Summit. This year, the Alliance to End Hunger is partnering with the Tampa Bay Network to End Hunger and the event will be held in Tampa, Florida on November 6 & 7. The event is co-branded as the 2017 National Sunshine Summit to End Hunger (www.summittoendhunger.com). This request for workshop proposals is for two of the workshop tracks offered at the summit. Most workshops will accommodate about 50 people, theatre-style. Workshops are 75 minutes long. A/V is available upon request. Speakers will be offered complimentary registration.
Workshop proposals are being accepted for the following workshop tracks:
- Hunger Free Communities Best Practices: This track presents conference attendees an opportunity to learn effective and innovative practices for increasing food security through collaboration. Hunger Free Community groups and others are encouraged to present examples of replicable public-private partnerships, new program models and collective impact strategies that are reducing hunger in their communities. Presenters are encouraged to share toolkits and other resources to help participants apply the lessons to their localities.
- Hunger Free Communities Intensive Training: This track presents Hunger Free Community participants in-depth training on the core competencies needed to develop and manage Hunger Free Community Coalitions. Content experts are encouraged to plan hands-on training for HFC participants to impart the skills and tools needed for success. Topics may include starting an HFC; strategic planning; engaging and working with diverse community stakeholders; designing effective anti-hunger interventions; monitoring and evaluation methodologies, and planning for sustainability.