Entrepreneur Road Map Monthly Speaker Series: Starting a Nonprofit in D.C.

Mission Possible: Learn Strategies on How to Join the League of Nonprofits in Washington, D.C.

 

On Wednesday, September 16, the Washington, DC Economic Partnership hosts a panel of experts to provide guidance on how to raise funds, discuss available grants, and present strategies on how to start and grow a nonprofit in the District of Columbia.

The District of Columbia is home to the largest concentration of nonprofits and associations in the United States with more than 12,600 nonprofit organizations. Become one of them!

A non-profit organization is an incorporated organization which exists for educational or charitable reasons, and from which its shareholders or trustees do not benefit financially. Nonprofit organizations are active in humanitarian aid, education, the arts, the environment, animal protection, human rights justice and other endeavors.DC Doing Business Guide, 2015/2016


Wednesday, September 16
Network: 8:30 to 9AM
Learn: 9 to 10:30AM

Venable, LLP
575 7th Street, NW
Washington, DC

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Ian Callender
Vice President/Co-Founder, Blind Whino

Juanita Hardy
Executive Director, Cultural DC

David Wilson
Supervisory Tax Auditor, Office of Tax & Revenue

Glen O’Gilvie
CEO, Center for Nonprofit Advancement

 

 

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A cosponsored initiative of the Washington, DC Economic Partnership (WDCEP), the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA)*, Venable, and Capital One Bank, this Monthly Speaker Series 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.