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Greater NHV Chamber of Commerce Non Profit Resource Council Program

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Greater NHV Chamber of Commerce Non Profit Resource Council Program

Time: March 28, 2018 from 7:30am to 8:30am
Location: Quinnipiac University College Center for Communications & Engineering Bldg
Street: 275 Mount Carmel Avenue
City/Town: Hamden
Website or Map: https://www.qu.edu/content/da…
Phone: 203-787-6735
Event Type: greater, new, haven, chamber, of, commerce, morning, mingle, &amp, nonprofit, resource, council
Organized By: Betsy Herlihy
Latest Activity: Mar 26, 2018

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Join the Chamber's non profit council for an exciting and timely topic, one that in today's fiscal and economic climate non profits will find informative.  Discussion will begin at 8:30am

Collaboration = Non profit sustainability in 2018 & beyond!

Panelists will be:

Jamel Cotto, Executive Director, The Farnam Community

Alison Cunningham, Executive Director, Columbus House

Amy Casavina Hall, Chief Impact Officer, United Way of Greater New Haven

Join us as our guest.  To register please contact Betsy Herlihy at the Chamber eherlihy@gnhcc.com

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