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Clarke County Nonprofit Forum Deadline Quickly Approaching

nonprofit forum, community organization, volunteersEach year, the Clarke County Development Corporation puts together a Community Development Forum for local nonprofit groups to network, share their successes and put forth their plans for the next year. It’s a great event that gives tremendous exposure to local charitable groups and the important work they do, as well as giving them an opportunity to network with other organizations and build important relationships.

All local nonprofits and community organizations are invited to present their greatest success from 2017 and share their top goals for 2018. Clarke County is full of amazing people doing amazing things and this is a chance to make sure your story is told in front of others in the community that will benefit the most from the hard work of your volunteers. This event has continually resulted in building terrific awareness for local nonprofits, so make sure you don’t miss out!

Event Details:

When:          Monday, November 13, 4-5:30pm
Where:         Lyric Theater, 118 S Fillmore St # 2, Osceola, IA 50213
Deadline:     RSVP is required no later than November 1st
What:            Each organization will give a 3-minute presentation outlining 2018 goals 2017 successes

Don’t Miss This Opportunity to Feature Your Organization!

Clarke County Development Corporation has been trying to reach out to ensure all organizations have the opportunity to participate. With the number of volunteer leaders involved in running nonprofits, contact information changes from year to year. Please contact Liz Simpson with current contact information and to submit the organization’s details to be included in the annual Community Development Handbook.

The event date is approaching quickly, so make sure your nonprofit or community organization is on board! Contact Liz Simpson at esimpson@clarkecountyiowa.com or (641)342-2944 before November 1st to ensure inclusion in this year’s Forum!

This article was first published on http://clarkecountylife.com.