LIVINGSTON — The third annual conference for non-profits on Staten Island will be on Friday at Snug Harbor Cultural Center.
The Staten Island Not-for-Profit Association and the Council on the Arts & Humanities for Staten Island will host the day long Connect Develop Respond event.
Attendees will discuss topics like fundraising after Hurricane Sandy, dealing with new financial regulations and community outreach to immigrant communities.
“The program is designed to help nonprofits embrace new opportunities and challenges to bring about real change locally and city wide,” said David Sorkin, chairman of the conference.
The day will also have one-on-one roundtables. The keynote speech will be delivered by Seth Pinksy, president of New York City Economic Development Corporation, who will talk about how the city envisions infrastructure and commercial development in Staten Island.
Other scheduled events for the conference are a speech about building relationships with community, government and private businesses to support projects by Maria Torres‐Springer, Chief Operating Officer of Friends of the High Line; panel discussions; technical sessions on using Google and other apps for non-profits; and one-on-one technology help.
The Connect | Develop | Respond event will be on Friday, March 22 at 8:30 a.m. at Snug Harbor’s Great Hall. Tickets are $60 for members, $65 for non-members. For more details and to register visit the Staten Island NFP Association's website or call 718-355-6228.