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Fundraising for Food: New Demands in the New Decade

Are you an employee or board member of a nonprofit organization in Southeast Michigan providing “food” programs for your community? Looking for more ways to approach fundraising in 2010 and beyond?  Join Building Movement Project Team Member, Kim Klein, for an information packed workshop on April 21 in Detroit, MI.  Fundraising for Food: New Demands in the New Decade is hosted by Gleaners Community Food Bank of Southeastern Michigan and NEW (Nonprofit Enterprise at Work), and is ideally suited for organizations with programs that feed the hungry, encourage good nutrition, teach about sustainable agriculture, and/or implement hunger-reducing initiatives.

This special event is limited to 150 registrants, and there is a special online rate.  Visit Gleaners Community Food Bank for more information.

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