FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
PCW Contact: Marge Smith 609-213-5673
Nonprofit Community Gathers for Virtual Evening of Learning and Connecting
Princeton Community Works 2024 Includes Insightful New Workshops;
Remains Affordable for All
Princeton, NJ – Jan. 1 – The Princeton Community Works Annual Conference will include a diverse group of individuals passionately dedicated to social good who come together online for a night of education and inspiration. The event, on Monday, January 29, 2024, from 5 pm – 9 pm, themed “Making Hope A Reality,” promises to spark dialogue, share valuable knowledge, and equip attendees with tools to strengthen their nonprofit organizations.
Princeton Community Works 2024 is a virtual educational conference for nonprofit boards, staff, and volunteers.
This year’s keynote speaker, Kirsten Farrell is the director of the Goodman Center (www.thegoodmancenter.com) in Princeton, NJ. The center helps good causes reach more people with more impact and offers both online and offline workshops on storytelling, presenting, and strategic communications. Their client list includes Annenberg Foundation, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, and Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, among others.
PCW’s founder and chairwoman Marge Smith said, “We realize nonprofits are facing challenging and changing times. When organizations are struggling, they lose sight of hope. Our workshops this year are designed to provide participants with tools to support their missions in this particular environment.”
New this year are workshops such as “Tips and Tools for Utilizing AI,” “Keys to Successful Fundraising,” and “Turn Your Board into High- Level Performers.” More than a dozen workshops will be offered.
“We are excited about the Artificial Intelligence topic especially,” Smith said, “as it is something that can greatly help nonprofits, but also it can cause concern. Understanding this technology to harness its power is very necessary. Knowledge sharing and collaboration has always been at the heart of what we do at PCW to help organizations increase their impact and further their visions.”
Our attendees often report they experienced both personal growth and gained plenty of practical takeaways by participating, according to Smith.
Sharing Expertise, Strengthening Impact
• Engaging with Experts: Our presenters are highly skilled and experienced in their field. We bring the opportunity to nonprofits and volunteers to learn from these professionals.
• Panel Discussions: This year, two panels are featured, including experienced individuals who will explore various aspects of nonprofit work, from areas such as seeking grants and developing a diversity-oriented culture.
• Harnessing Collective Potential: PCW fosters a welcoming space for nonprofit professionals and volunteers of all backgrounds to share insights, learn from each other, and build connections.
Registration and Additional Information
Registration is now open at www.princetoncommunityworks.org/register. Secure your spot to be part of this enriching experience. Scholarships and group registrations are offered. For more information about the conference, please visit our site or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
PCW Annual Conference – An online learning conference for nonprofits
Monday, January 29, 2024
5-9 PM (EST)
THEME: “Making Hope A Reality”
$20 per attendee
PCW is more than just an event; it’s a catalyst for collective learning and impact within the nonprofit community. Join us for a night of valuable insights, meaningful connections, and ignite your renewed dedication to making a difference.