Monday, March 8, 2010

Microphilanthropy Discussion

If you are in the DC area and don't mind taking a long lunch this Friday, check out this event: "Microphilanthropy for the Young Professional." (I don't think they'll turn you away if you aren't young. And that's a pretty relative term, isn't it?)

From the site:
No one understands the importance of philanthropy better than nonprofit employees, but many young professionals feel as though they are not able to donate enough money to truly make a difference for organizations that are important to them.  Certified Financial Planner Rebecca Schreiber joins YNPNdc and Capital Area Asset Builders returns for the final session in our wildly popular Financial Management Series.  This time, she focuses on "microphilanthropy" and ways that you can make a difference with just $25 per month.
It'll be this Friday, March 12th from 12-1 at Capital Area Asset Builders, 1801 K St, NW, Suite M100. It should be a good discussion for those of us without a lot of money to give, but who are still interested in making a difference through social investments.

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