Greenburgh Event Gives Nonprofits Input On Available Resources

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Mary Ann Luna of United Way-Pace University Wilson Center Not-For-Profit Management Center explains services to an attendee.
Joanna Straub, NPW executive director, and Eileen Mildenberger, director of the Westchester County Office of Economic Development.
Judy Douglas of The Volunteer Center of United Way speaks about services to Margaret Tijmos Goldberg of the Greenburg Nature Center and Paul Anderson-Winchell of Grace Church Community Center.
From left: Jackie Melendez of The Bridge Fund of Westchester, Marty Gorman and Catarina Dolsten of the Children's Health and Resource Foundation, and William Kaung of OCA of Westchester and the Hudson Valley.

TARRYTOWN, N.Y. -- In an effort to help nonprofit organizations understand services that are available, Nonprofit Westchester (NPW) held a resources speed-networking event at the Greenburgh Public Library on Thursday, Dec. 12.

Representatives from the following organizations participated as service providers, making presentations for the local nonprofit community:

National Executive Service Corps, Pro Bono Partnership, The Volunteer Center of United Way, United Way-Pace University Wilson Center Not-For-Profit Management Center, Westchester County Office of Economic Development, and Westchester-Putnam WIB Not-For-Profit Business Sector Partnership. 

For more information about NPW, visit www.npwestchester.org or call 914-332-6679.





 

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