About Uplift Organizational Development Conference

The Uplift Organizational Development Conference,

hosted by the Vuka Collective and the Center for Organization and Leadership Development Institute, will take place in Harare, Zimbabwe, on October 19th & 20th, 2023. This groundbreaking event is not just a conference; it's a catalyst for transformation on a grand scale.

We are thrilled to present an opportunity that aligns perfectly with your commitment to foster positive change and innovation.

We will:

Create a conference space that allows participants to learn and share knowledge and skills, develop solutions to some of their most pressing issues, network robustly with like-spirited change agents, and emerge with concrete next steps.

- Support participants to reframe and rewire leadership paradigms to catalyze positive social, environmental, and economic impact.

- Foster the development of human- and planetary-centered workspaces that affirm the human spirit and support the renewal and growth of communities, economies, nations and ecosystems.

The Uplift Conference is more than just a bridge between conventional business models and social impact; it's a bridge to a reimagined future where leadership, compassion, and innovation come together to shape a brighter world.

We are actively seeking passionate and committed strategic partners and funders who share our vision to create a powerful network of change agents and leaders in support of a thriving future for all.

Your tax-deductible gift will help us to develop the Uplift conference as an exceptional prototype that will be refined and delivered in other settings around the world.

Thank you for your support!

Vuka Collective Team

Your donation goes to Movement Strategy Center (MSC), a US-based 501(c)3 non-profit and is tax-deductible. MSC is the incubator and fiscal sponsor for Breathe, the organization that is managing the funding distribution to produce the Uplift Organizational Development Conference. Visit their website to learn about Breathe's mission to support movement-building with intersectional solidarity for racial, environmental, and climate justice.