Over the period of six hours and while earning CEU credits, New Jersey based nonprofit organization attendees will learn and earn CEU Credits on:
· How to better brand, differentiate and communicate
· Creative and innovative solutions for fundraising
· How philanthropists make decisions on their charities
· About forming boards and leadership improvement
· How to manage donations and making that money work for the organization
· About creating loyalty from donors, volunteers and the community
The agenda features two prominent keynotes by Michele Siekerka, President and CEO of the New Jersey Business & Industry Association in the morning, and by Steve Kalafer, Founder of Flemington Car and Truck Country, Chairman of the Somerset Patriots, Award-Winning Film Producer and Philanthropist, in the afternoon. Other thought provoking presentations will be shared by Ellen Nardoni, Trustee of the Paul R. Nardoni Foundation which is an award-winning nonprofit which since it’s inception has provided funding to establish programs that will provide comfort and aid to cancer patients and their families, David Gray, Executive Director of The Pennsylvania Ballet, George McCullough, Executive Direcor of Princeton Community Television and Leah Pontani, Director, Mercer Institute of Management and Technology Training. A distinguished panel of business leaders and sponsors will also share their wisdom for nonprofits moderated by Mayor Janice Kovach of Clinton, New Jersey.
The Palace at Somerset Park
333 Davidson Avenue, Somerset, NJ Thursday, October 8, 2015
8:30 am – 2:45 pm
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