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District 3 Networking Events Focus on Increased Collaboration and Improved Services for District 3 Nonprofits
Prince George’s County Council Member Dannielle Glaros (D) – District 3, will host her 10th Semi-Annual Nonprofit Networking Breakfast event on Friday, November 1, 2019, 9:00 – 11:00 a.m. at the Center for Educational Partnership, 6200 Sheridan Street in Riverdale, Maryland.
Council Member Glaros says the District 3 Networking Breakfast events provide nonprofits and businesses with tremendous opportunities for success.
“More than 60 nonprofit organizations serving District 3 communities have participated in our District 3 Nonprofit Networking Breakfast events, leading to increased collaboration and improved services to residents of District 3 and Prince George’s County, “said Council Member Glaros. “Partnerships resulting from participation in these events have included joint grant applications, shared space, and increased support to local schools. We look forward to even greater outcomes in the future.”
The day’s event will focus on networking, and feature representatives from Kaiser Permanente, the Center for Nonprofit Advancement, Starbucks, and the Office of the County Executive.
Nonprofit organizations serving District 3 residents and schools are encouraged to attend Friday’s networking event. District 3 includes the communities of Beacon Heights, Berwyn Heights, College Park, East Pines, Glenn Dale, Glenridge, Landover Hills, Lanham, New Carrollton, Riverdale Heights and Hills, Riverdale Park, Seabrook, Templeton Knolls, University Park, West Lanham Hills, and Woodlawn.
For more information or to RSVP, contact Alesha Wilson at 301-952-3060 or email@example.com .
Semi-Annual District 3 Nonprofit Networking Breakfast
Friday, November 1, 2019
9:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.
Center for Educational Partnership
6200 Sheridan St
Riverdale, MD 20737
District 3 Nonprofit Networking Breakfast Events:
Previous Nonprofit Networking Events have included discussions about media training and understanding how Prince George’s County businesses support nonprofits. Representatives from the Greater Washington Community Foundation, Maryland Nonprofits, Nonprofit Prince George’s, Center for Nonprofit Advancement, Prince George’s Chamber of Commerce, Kaiser Permanente, Care First, MGM, and Whole Foods have also presented to attendees. The spring 2018 event was held in conjunction with the University of Maryland Do Good Institute at the Do Good Accelerator in the UMD Discovery District to connect local nonprofit organizations with University of Maryland resources.
Recognizing her support of the nonprofit community, including through the District 3 Nonprofit Networking Breakfasts, Council Member Glaros was awarded the 2015 Phyllis Campbell Newsome Public Policy Leadership Award by the Center for Nonprofit Advancement. The award highlights the work of elected and non-elected officials who have gone above and beyond in partnership with the nonprofit sector to ensure more vibrant communities.