As we're gearing into spring, many great mission-driven and cause-related Chicago events are popping up. If you're looking to get out and about through the next few months, here are a few suggestions for your consideration. If you know about any other great Chicago events we should know about, please leave them in the comments, message us via Facebook, or drop us an e-mail....and thanks for reading!
- If you're a creative type who is looking to get started - or improve - their Patreon membership, Patreon is holding a special event on March 6th at Ace Hotel Chicago. Click on the link to RSVP via Eventbrite.
- Nonprofits, social enterprises, and mission-driven businesses take hold: Andy Crestodina of Orbit Media is giving a March 8th presentation for the Digital Nonprofit Chicago Club. Seats are limited so RSVP now! (Digital Nonprofit Chicago Club is also holding an April 12th lunch-and-learn about customer experience (CX) design for mission-driven organizations.
- Second Shift Chicago is holding its one-year anniversary party on March 9th. Check out this great community-based coworking
- Chicago Nerd Social Club is holding its annual "Almost PI(e) Day" tasting and judging at Open Books on March 10th. For RSVP details (no cost for bakers, $5 for others), please visit their Eventbrite page.
- Raks Geek will be holding their next performance on March 23rd, with proceeds to benefit AFIRE Chicago, an organization that works to protect immigrants' rights. (Note: I have worked with several members to promote last year's Artists Against Hate Inaugural protest).
- DePaul Pop Culture Conference will be focusing on the horror genre with the April 28th Celebration of Slashers. (I am fortunate enough to be serving on two panels for the event). This year's conference will raise funds for the ACLU and the Full Flood Endowment through both a silent auction and items available via their online store.
As always, thanks for reading!