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Area Non-Profits Conference Set In Sunnybrook

SANATOGA PA – The TriCounty Community Network (TCN) will host its third annual “Strategies For Success Nonprofit Conference” on May 11 (2017; Thursday) from 8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the newly renovated Sunnybrook Ballroom, 50 Sunnybrook Rd. Registration is now open for both vendors and participants.

Those who attend this yearly conference include executives, staff members, board members, religious organizations, and volunteers representing various nonprofit organizations, associations, and public agencies in Montgomery, Berks and Chester counties. The networking and educational opportunity is valuable for anyone working in the nonprofit sector, and offers informative workshops and panel discussions, promoters said.

A networking continental breakfast and keynote lunch will also be provided.

Nancy Dunleavy, chief executive officer of Dunleavy & Associates, is the Keynote speaker. Dunleavy & Associates, founded in 2001, and is a woman-owned business that provides strategic planning, project management, and fundraising strategies for nonprofit and not-for-profit organizations. Each registrant will receive an autographed copy of Dunleavy’s book, “Exercise Your Ask Muscle,” as a gift.

Morning workshops and panels include a Funders Panel Discussion, Trends in Volunteer Recruitment and Retention, Social Media Marketing, and Sustainability Strategies. Afternoon sessions include Program Development and Fundraising, Building a Positive Workplace Culture, and Nonprofit Board Governance.

At the conference, vendors will showcase products and services in marketing, insurance, technology, funding, education and training, business equipment, consulting services, banking, and human services.

Advanced registration for the conference is required to ensure luncheon seating, however attendees may register at the door for the workshops only. Advance tickets cost $15 for TCN members and $25 for non-members, and include the breakfast, morning Funders Panel Discussion, lunch, and morning and afternoon workshops.

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