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Non-profit executives in Union County are invited to attend the “Doing Good – Better Conference,” a full day of workshops designed to help non-profit organizations sustain and improve their operations while managing the bottom line challenges of today. Credits: Austin Kirk via flickr.com.
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Non-profit executives in Union County are invited to attend the “Doing Good – Better Conference,” a full day of workshops designed to help non-profit organizations sustain and improve their operations while managing the bottom line challenges of today.

The conference is scheduled for Thursday, May 1, 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m., conveniently located at L’Affaire, 1099 US Highway 22 East in Mountainside.

“Union County’s non-profit community is at the heart of a strong civic life in Union County, and this conference is designed to help ensure that non-profit executives are aware of strategies and resources that can keep their organization on sustainable financial footing,” said Freeholder Chairman Christopher Hudak.

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The registration fee of $25 includes three workshops along with a light breakfast, lunch networking opportunities, and resource booths.

The three workshops are:

·         Creating Financial Sustainability in Hard Times

·         Meeting the Bottom Line: Maximizing Resource Generation

·         Innovation in Nonprofit Sustainability

The “Doing Good – Better” conference is sponsored by Community Access Unlimited and hosted by the Union County Non-Profit Consortium (UCNPC), established in 2012 with the mission of enhancing vital services in Union County through a growing network of nonprofit organizations.

To register online visit the UCNPC events page at Constant Contact by April 28.

The UCNPC Steering Committee includes Community Access Unlimited, Prevention Links, the County of Union Department of Human Services, Elizabeth Coalition to House the Homeless, Families And Communities Together (FACT), YWCA of Eastern Union County, Homefirst Interfaith Housing and Family Services, Inc., Legal Services of New Jersey, and CONTACT We Care, Inc., and the Urban League of Union County.

For more information about UCNPC and the Doing Good – Better conference call the Union County Department of Human Services, 908-527-4808.

Please join the County of Union online at ucnj.org, on Facebook at ucnj.org/facebook, and on Twitter at twitter.com/countyofunionnj.

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