The District of Columbia is known for housing a large concentration of nonprofit organizations. In fact, Washington DC is home to the largest concentration of non-profits and associations in the United States with over 12,500 non-profit organizations located in the city. However, with the state of the Economy all sectors have felt the downturn including nonprofits and associations. Fundraising, employment and mission accomplishment were generally affected.
On June 13, 2012, the Doing Business 2.0 series will convene a panel of distinguished speakers who will address some of the issues that nonprofits are facing nowadays, issues including fundraising, resources available through the local government and the step by step of how to start a nonprofit.
Lafayette Barnes, Director, DC office of Partnerships and Grants
George Constantine, Partner, Venable LLP
Glen O'Gilvie, Chief Executive Officer, Center for Nonprofit Advancement
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