This year, Grantwatch, Inc. is pleased to be joining the Neighborhood Technical Assistance Clinic (NTAC) as it continues its 18-year tradition to bring neighborhood and faith-based organizations together for Dialogue between Funders and Nonprofits.
The forum, in collaboration with the Staten Island Not For Profit Association, Inc., will include a symposium and capacity building workshops on the topic of Rebounding in a Down Economy- Leading in Times of Uncertainty. Libby Hikind, founder and CEO of Grantwatch.com, has been invited to present on the topic of Seeking New Partnerships and Resources for Nonprofits.
If you will be in the Staten Island, New York City area, don’t miss this opportunity to hear Libby speak about searching and locating the best funding opportunities for your nonprofit as well as how to connect with and create valuable partnerships with other nonprofits and funders in your area. In addition, municipal agencies and grantmaking organizations will learn about new resources to promote their funding opportunities and ensure their activities receive the attention of nonprofits with shared interests and missions.
Come join Libby and meet other individuals in the nonprofit sector working to promote lasting positive change and learn about the many new tools and resources available to them today. Looking forward to seeing you there!
Friday, January 23, 2015
9:00 AM – 3:00 PM
College of Staten Island, CUNY
Center for the Arts
2800 Victory Boulevard
Staten Island, New York 10314
For additional information, contact:
Dr.Durrah@neighborhoodclinic.org or (718) 455-3784