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150 nonprofit professionals attend the Lower Shore Nonprofit Summit

Staff members from the Community Foundation of the Eastern Shore, The United Way of the Lower Eastern Shore, and Salisbury University’s Institute for Public Affairs and Civic Engagement (PACE) helped make this Nonprofit Summit possible.

Over 150 professionals and students attended the 2024 Nonprofit Summit: Together, for Good, the region’s largest professional development opportunity for nonprofit staff and volunteers. Held April 26th, the event kicked off with an inspiring keynote address from Michele Waxman Johnson, Director of the Maryland 250 Commission of the Maryland Department of Planning. The sold-out conference is hosted by the Community Foundation of the Eastern Shore (CFES), the United Way of the Lower Eastern Shore (UWLES), and Salisbury University’s Institute for Public Affairs and Civic Engagement (PACE).

 

A full day of breakout sessions covered nonprofit sustainability, strategic planning, cultural competence, inclusiveness, fundraising, emergency preparedness, and more. The event was sponsored by CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield  and Avery Hall Insurance Group. Nonprofit professionals interested in attending should stay tuned for details from CFES and UWLES about next year’s event. 

L to R: Maisha Douyon Cover, Julie Hester of the Campbell Foundation, Pam Gregory of the United Way, Erica Joseph of the Community Foundation.











Nonprofits from throughout the Lower Eastern Shore participated in the conference.

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