Non-Profit Collaborative Spring 2019 Seminars Announced

The schedule is available and registration is open for the spring 2019 Non-Profit CollaborativeSM (NPC) seminar series. Seminars are free of charge and open to representatives of non-profit organizations. All seminars take place from 8:30am to 10:30am (doors open at 8:00am) and include breakfast.

Seminar topics and dates for spring 2019 are:

Tuesday, March 5             Building a Successful Non-profit through Expert Networking

Tuesday, March 19           Volunteers: You've Got to Love 'Em

Tuesday, April 2                Gender in the Workplace

Wednesday, April 24       Strategic Planning & Execution for Non-Profits

Tuesday, April 30              Retirement Solutions for Non-Profits

Tuesday, May 7                 Grant Writing for Beginners

Tuesday, May 21               The Ins and Outs of Running a Successful Fundraiser

To learn more about NPC and the spring 2019 seminar series, visit https://www.enterprisebanking.com/non-profit/programs/non-profit-collaborative

About Non-Profit Collaborative

Founded in 2008 by George L. Duncan, Founder and Chairman, and Mary Ellen Fitzpatrick, Corporate Communications Director (retired), Enterprise Bank's Non-Profit CollaborativeSM (NPC) provides critically needed support to non-profit organizations in the Merrimack Valley, North Central Massachusetts, and Southern New Hampshire. Together, with the Enterprise Bank team, we work on behalf of the non-profit community to develop programs and resources to benefit these valuable organizations.

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