The Chester County Community Foundation and United Way of Southern Chester County will be launching a new Food for Thought program in January 2020.
The program is geared for current and prospective nonprofit board members that include sessions exploring nonprofit board service in-depth and helping board members optimize their board performance through 'food for thought' gatherings.
According to Anthony Morris, Esq., President of the Chester County Community Foundation Board of Trustees, the Food For Thought programs "will strengthen nonprofit board leadership in Chester County, while encouraging new individuals to get involved with their local nonprofits."
Interested participants can already register. Attendance to Food for Thought is free. Read the Entire Article
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