$40 per employee of member firms;
$55 per non-member
AT&T North Carolina
BodyLase Skin Spa
Bright Horizons Children's Centers LLC
Crabtree Valley Mall
Embassy Suites Raleigh-Durham/Research Triangle
Manning, Fulton & Skinner, PA
UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School
United Way of the Greater Triangle
Ernst & Young
Connecting with a Cause:
How Engaging with Nonprofits Benefits Your Business
Do you or your organization want to give back to the community? Do you receive numerous requests for support, but you’re not sure in which to invest? In today’s economy, we know your time, talent, and resources are valuable. At the Chamber Executive Women’s Luncheon, find out how to make the right decisions when it comes to giving.
You’ll learn how to find the right fit for your company, when it’s OK to say “no,” which of your staff members should be engaged, and what opportunities for partnerships are out there.
- Sandi Macdonald, president and CEO, North Carolina Symphony
- Michele Reeves, manager, Organizational Development | Human Resources, SAS
- Crystal Suazo, partner, Vaco Raleigh, LLC
- Pat Wilkins, president, Junior League of Raleigh
Click here to learn more about the speakers.
Supporting nonprofit organizations is a great way to connect with others both personally and professionally. It also shows your employees—and the community—that you’re an organization that cares.
Nonprofit Chamber members: this is a great chance to highlight your organization. Bring copies of one promotional piece to share with attendees. Contact Erin Anderson for more details.
RSVP by Jan. 10
No refunds or transfers after deadline.
Online registration is now closed.
Email Erin Anderson to see if space is still available.
Call 919.664.7063 or email Erin Anderson
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