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Nonprofit Resource Council - Don't Let the State Budget Crisis Become Your Organization's Budget Crisis

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Nonprofit Resource Council - Don't Let the State Budget Crisis Become Your Organization's Budget Crisis

Time: July 13, 2016 from 7:45am to 9:30am
Location: ConnCAT
Street: 4 Science Park
City/Town: New Haven
Website or Map: http://www.gnhcc.com/events/d…
Phone: 203.787.6735
Event Type: workshop
Organized By: New Haven Chamber of Commerce Nonprofit Resource Council
Latest Activity: Jul 11, 2016

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"We’re facing a sustained period of slower-than-normal growth as we adjust to this new economic reality," Office of Policy and Management Secretary, Benjamin Barnes.
 
Is your non-profit prepared for state cuts? Are you prepared for potential decreased support in corporate partners or individual donors in response to/fear of state budget deficiencies?
 
Join us for a panel discussion to review what has transpired at the state, what may come down the road and explore strategies to prepare and sustain. Today’s budget deficits need not be the inevitable future. The panel will define where we are and touch on strategies for creative and effective fiscal management and fundraising during times of budget crisis. 

Moderator:
Alice-Anne Harwood Sherrill
Vice President/Chief Development Officer
CENTRAL CONNECTICUT COAST YMCA

 
Panelists:

  • John Cattelan, Executive Director of the CT Alliance of YMCAs
  • Heather LaTorra, President, Marrakech Inc.
  • Josh Lipshitz, Director of Membership & Business Development, CT Community Nonprofit Alliance, Inc.
  • Richard Carella, Partner, Updike, Kelly & Spellacy, P.C.
Fees/Admission:
GNHCC Partners: Free
Non-Members: $10

 

Register here - http://www.gnhcc.com/events/details/nonprofit-resource-council-7-13-2016-state-budget-crisis-6497?utm_source=Biz+%26+Buzz+-+7%2F5%2F2016&utm_campaign=newsletter7.7.16&utm_medium=email

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