10th Annual HBCU Philanthropy Symposium – Jul 22-23
Posted by Delaware State University on July 21, 2020
The HBCU Philanthropy Symposium is one of the top discussion forums on philanthropy for HBCUs. The symposium is a forum where participants learn best practices and develop new skills that enable them to become more effective fundraisers. Also, the Symposium provides the environment for institutions to network with others to form consortiums in pursuit of funding opportunities.
The theme for this year’s gathering is “Bridging Advancement and Student Success.”
The event goals are to:
1. Build lasting relationships through purposeful networking.
2. Discover mutual challenges and potential resolutions.
3. Explore contemporary trends in the industry.
4. Present opportunities for collaborative engagement.
5. Gain practical insight and knowledge.
6. Enhance and impact institutional sustainability.
Reserve your seat for The 10th Annual HBCU Philanthropy Symposium by completing the form below. Registration for the 2-day virtual event is free, thanks to our sponsors. All registered participants will receive the link to join our virtual experience three days before the start of the HBCU Philanthropy Symposium. Please register today!
We look forward to continuing the 10-year tradition of presenting one of the top discussion forums on philanthropy for HBCUs and other Minority-Serving Institutions. We look forward to you joining us on July 22-23, 2020.
Learn more and register: http://www.hbcusymposium.com/
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