Friday, June 17, 2011

FUNdamentals of FUNdraising

Press Release
Contact: Name: Michael Rice, 267-303-0653
Email Address: Conetworker@gmail.com
Webpage: www.theconnectornetwork.com/urbanleadership

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Show Me the Money: The fundamentals of Fundraising workshop

(Philadelphia, PA) Raising money for your organization is one of the greatest challenges that an organization faces especially in these economic times. It does not matter whether you the leader of the national organization or the lead person of the fund-raising committee, your organization’s viability and sustainability is based upon its ability to raise the necessary capital to survive.

With this in mind, The Coalition in collaboration with Professional Networking Associates are sponsoring:

Show Me the Money – The FUNdamentals of FUN-raising

This vital workshop is facilitated by Kendall Hayes, CEO, H.E.R organization and former Event Coordinator for the African American Chamber of Commerce. The workshop is offered on Thursday, June 23, 2011 from 6- 8 pm at the School District Building, 440 N. Broad Street in Philadelphia.

This basic workshop will help the layman develop strategies and tactics for raising capital for their organization.

Topics include:
Developing Fund-raising ideas
Organizing Fund-raising events
Types of Fund-raisers
Budgeting

To register go to www.theconnectornetwork.com/urbanleadership or call 267-303-0653 or 215-387-2734.

The Community Improvement workshops are a community leadership series developed by the collaboration between the Coalition, a citywide alliance of community organizations focusing communication, cooperation and collaboration and Professional Networking Associates, an organization created to establish a foundation for building mutually beneficial relationships between individuals, organizations and businesses.

For more information on the Coalition call Gary Adams at the Coalition 215-387-2734 or find out more on upcoming training , events or to rsvp call 215-339-8208 or go to : www.theconnectornetwork.com\urbanleadership

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