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Nonprofit Partnership Network to offer “Engaging for Impact” at the Clarksville Montgomery County Public Library October 17th

Nonprofit learning session helps nonprofits with fundraising and donor development

Hands On ClarksvilleClarksville, TN – The Nonprofit Partnership Network is pleased to offer the October Connect, Learn and Collaborate session, “Engaging for Impact” on October 17th, 2012 at the Clarksville Montgomery County Public Library, Large Meeting Room from 1:00pm-3:30pm.

The session is part of the monthly learning series offered to nonprofits, government agencies, community partners and academia to support collaboration, partnerships, education and peer mentoring. Don’t miss your opportunity to learn-connect and collaborate!

Engaging for Impact will be presented by Chrissy Booth, Vice President for Planned Giving and Development United Methodist Foundation for the Memphis and Tennessee Conferences.

Effective fundraising requires sophisticated methods of identifying, cultivating and soliciting potential donors. This 2 hour session will help participants understand differences in annual fundraising, event fundraising, major gift fundraising and prospect development.

The Engaging for Impact session will also address relationships and prospect cultivation with some role play and group work on specific situations.

The session is free, but pre-registration is required by October 16th. To register or for more information contact Rita Arancibia at 931.551.5450 or email rarancibia.npn@gmail.com.

About the Nonprofit Partnership Network

The Nonprofit Partnership Network (NPN), a broad based grass roots group of local nonprofit organizations, government agencies and academia dedicated to fulfilling their mission through collaboration, partnerships, education and peer mentoring. NPN is currently seeking corporate partners to share management, marketing, communications and HR expertise.

Because funding is often restricted to programs and services, nonprofits often simply lack the resources to develop these capacities. These are the areas that corporate partnerships can greatly impact. If you or your company is looking for a way to support and help build the capacity of our nonprofit community, consider sharing your personal talents and expertise to help nonprofit organizations in their internal organization. Teach a workshop or professional development session at a Nonprofit Partnership Network Learning Session.

For information about the Nonprofit Partnership Network call 931.551.5450 or email: rarancibia.npn@gmail.com

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