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North Texas Chapter Event with SEA CEO Kevin Lynch

January 3rd to January 3rd


Thursday, January 3, 2013

5-7 PM Open House Reception, refreshments/appetizers and presentation

Co- sponsored by the Center for Non Profit Management and the Social Enterprise Alliance of North Texas

KERA Studios: 3000 Harry Hines and Wolf, Dallas, TX 75201   

Guest: Kevin Lynch: CEO Social Enterprise Alliance, author of Mission, Inc.

The last several years economic challenges have impacted many nonprofits, resulting in disproportionate declines in funds raised,cuts in government funding, and an increased demand  for services. 2013 promises increased challenges.

Kevin will talk about trends in fund raising, achieving sustainability through non-traditional fund raising and the future of social enterprise as a very viable alternative. This is one conversation you won't want to miss.