Beverage to Ehance Equity in Relationships

"BEER" is a once a year event to bring nonprofits and funders together.

Come get a BEER (or other drink)! Beverage to Enhance Equity in Relationships (BEER) is a time for foundation and nonprofit leaders to get together for coffee or drinks and get to know one another. The Rutgers Institute for Ethical Leadership will be hosting a BEER mixer as part of the 3rd annual national initiative to bring nonprofit folks together beyond hierarchies and titles.

Weather permitting, we will be outside in a special location. Guests will get the exact location well before the event; it will be close to the address listed.

Nonprofit professionals, volunteers, board members, funders, and trustees from Newark/NJ/NYC organizations are welcome!

Light snacks and drinks will be provided.

"Pay what you'd like/can" for this evening of networking on a Friday night in a cool space with cool people. Contributions will help cover costs and future programming/events to support leaders and equity in the nonprofit sector.

The event was initiated by Vu Le of the popular blog "Nonprofit AF (And Friends)," formerly "Nonprofits with Balls." Check out other sites hosting BEER events across the US here on Nonprofit AF (And Friends).

Visit the Eventbrite page here at: bit.ly/BEER19

Contact Information
  1. Institute for ethical leadership
  2. 973-353-1135
  3. ielinternsrus@gmail.com
Fri, June 21
4:00 pm — 7:00 pm
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"BEER" is a once a year event to bring nonprofits and funders together.

Come get a BEER (or other drink)! Beverage to Enhance Equity in Relationships (BEER) is a time for foundation and nonprofit leaders to get together for coffee or drinks and get to know one another. The Rutgers Institute for Ethical Leadership will be hosting a BEER mixer as part of the 3rd annual national ...

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