Non-profit Informational Sharing Workshop (FREE) 2:00pm

Wednesday, Nov 28th - 2:00pm - 4:00pm
UCHRA Office, 580 South Jefferson Ave, Career Center Conference Room (upstairs)

Gary J. Curto of GJC Consulting, Inc will be presenting his second quarterly informational/sharing workshop for area non-profits on Wednesday, November 28, 2012 from 2PM to 4PM at the  UCHRA Office, 580 South Jefferson Ave, Career Center Conference Room (upstairs).  Over 60 nonprofits have been identified (more are being identified everyday) in the Upper Cumberland region that have shown an interest in this kind of opportunity.  The meeting is FREE to all participants.  Please RSVP to if you are able to attend.

This will be an opportunity for non-profits to share ideas, special event dates and needs that they may have to assist in growing their organizations.  This quarter a special presentation will be made by Becky Magura, General Manager, WCTE-TV regarding media promotion ideas for non-profits.  Also present will be Special Guest Dean Hutson. Publisher of CommonSense Media Group to share some ideas that will assist non-profits throughout the Upper Cumberland.  

Curto previously worked with the Cookeville Regional Medical Center Foundation and has 44 years of experience, 27 years with the YMCA and 17 years in the Healthcare field.  During his career he has raised over $40 million primarily from individuals for capital projects and operating revenue although he has also written a number of grants and is very experienced in special events.

Upon his recent retirement from CRMC Foundation, Curto established his own consulting firm to assist non-profits “Using proven principles in administration, volunteer development and fundraising” to strengthen their organizations.

There is no charge for this workshop which meets on a quarterly basis.  Non-profits needing private assistance will be able to retain Curto's firm for reasonable fee for service basis.

For additional information contact Curto at (931) 644-0884,  

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