Learn How to Start a Nonprofit at September’s Entrepreneur Road Map
September 3rd, 2014
The District of Columbia is home to the largest concentration of non-profits and associations in the United States with over 12,000 non-profit organizations located in the city. Non-profit organizations are active in humanitarian aid, education, the arts, the environment, animal protection, human rights justice and other endeavors. If you are a current or aspiring member of DC’s rich nonprofit sector, you do not want to miss this month’s installment of the WDCEP’s Entrepreneur Road Series!
Lafayette Barnes, Director of the DC Office of Partnerships and Grant Services, will share with attendees all of the available grants through his agency, as well as best practices in raising funds for your non-profit. In addition, Barnes will discuss the importance of partnerships in the non-profit and association industry.
Elnaz “Ellie” Anwar, a Capital One Business Banker, will discuss additional private sector options for funding your nonprofit organization.
Join the WDCEP and our panel of distinguished experts on Wednesday, September 10th, to learn about resources available to raise funds, grant opportunities, and creative strategies that can take your non-profit organization to the next level.
To register, click here!
About Entrepreneur Road Map
The Entrepreneur Road Map Series is an initiative of the Washington, DC Economic Partnership in collaboration with the Small Business Administration, Venable LLP and Capital One Bank, that is aimed at guiding business owners on the intricacies of doing business in the District of Columbia. Attendees will gain access to some of the city’s top thought-leaders and have the opportunity to network with panelists and other attendees. In WDCEP’s effort to attract, retain and grow businesses in the District, this initiative is an essential educational tool and resource for all those doing business in the nation’s capital. The goal is to educate, provide networking opportunities as well addressing the needs of entrepreneurs in DC.