Tools of the Nonprofit Trade

Congressman Jim Moran
2013-05-31 12:38:52
Congressman Jim Moran, Representing the 8th District of Virginia Dear Unity, Northern Virginia is one of the best places to live in the United States for individuals of every socio economic status thanks in large part to the thousands of local nonprofit organizations and volunteers who call Northern Virginia home. These organizations help our neighbors access affordable health care, assist senior citizens, help veterans returning from war find good jobs and adjust to life back home, put food on the table of struggling families, keep our gardens and parks clean, and care for our four-legged friends. Knowing the important work our local nonprofits undertake, I will be hosting my annual nonprofit workshop in collaboration with Volunteer Fairfax on Tuesday, June 11th at the South County Government Center in Fairfax County. This year�s workshop is entitled: *Tools of the Trade: Building Your Nonprofit for Greater Community Impact* [link 2]. The event is free and open to all those who work with nonprofits in the area. This year, my office has revamped the program to include an opening panel discussion, �Constructing a Fundraising Plan: Accessing Private and Federal Dollars to Build Your Organization,� to focus on financial challenges the current economic situation presents for nonprofits. Following the panel, experts will lead breakout strategy sessions on topics including developing a relationship between the board and the executive director, volunteer management, and building public-private partnerships. Please feel free to join me and invite friends and neighbors who work with nonprofits. Sincerely, James P. Moran � *Tools of the Trade: Building Your Nonprofit for Greater Community Impact* *When:* Tuesday, June 11, 2013 8:30 AM � 12:00 PM *Where: *South County Government Center 8350 Richmond Highway Alexandria, VA *To attend, please register online here:* moran.house.gov/event/tools-trade-building-your-nonprofit-greater-community-impact-hosted-congressman-jim-moran [link 3] Contact Information: Website: moran.house.gov/ Washington Office 2239 Rayburn Building Washington, DC 20515-4608 Phone: (202) 225-4376 Alexandria District Office 333 N. Fairfax St. Suite 201 Alexandria, VA 22314 Phone: (703) 971-4700 Privacy Policy: moran.house.gov/privacy.shtml Unsubscribe: moran.congressnewsletter.net/mail/util.cfm
May 31, 2013

Dear Unity,

Northern Virginia is one of the best places to live in the United States for individuals of every socio economic status thanks in large part to the thousands of local nonprofit organizations and volunteers who call Northern Virginia home.

These organizations help our neighbors access affordable health care, assist senior citizens, help veterans returning from war find good jobs and adjust to life back home, put food on the table of struggling families, keep our gardens and parks clean, and care for our four-legged friends.

Knowing the important work our local nonprofits undertake, I will be hosting my annual nonprofit workshop in collaboration with Volunteer Fairfax on Tuesday, June 11th at the South County Government Center in Fairfax County. This year�s workshop is entitled: . The event is free and open to all those who work with nonprofits in the area.

This year, my office has revamped the program to include an opening panel discussion, �Constructing a Fundraising Plan: Accessing Private and Federal Dollars to Build Your Organization,� to focus on financial challenges the current economic situation presents for nonprofits.

Following the panel, experts will lead breakout strategy sessions on topics including developing a relationship between the board and the executive director, volunteer management, and building public-private partnerships. Please feel free to join me and invite friends and neighbors who work with nonprofits.

Sincerely,


James P. Moran

 

Tools of the Trade: Building Your Nonprofit for Greater Community Impact

When: Tuesday, June 11, 2013
8:30 AM � 12:00 PM

Where: South County Government Center
8350 Richmond Highway
Alexandria, VA

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