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With David LeFebvre
Tue, December 11th | 12:00PM - 1:30PM

Event Description

How do you develop relationships with volunteers, donors, other nonprofit professionals?  Why are those skills and relationships so important for a young nonprofit professional?

The Young Nonprofit Professionals Network RVA (YNPN RVA) invites you to our popular brown bag career advancement series – Nonprofits@Noon! This event is part three of a professional development deep dive on a “Nonprofit Career Journey.”

For our third session, we’ll hear from David LeFebvre, Vice President of Philanthropy at Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Richmond. David’s nonprofit career has been focused on fund development, volunteer management, and communications with a strong emphasis on creating cultures of inclusion and systems that are trauma-informed.

David will share his professional and personal insight on one of the most crucial tools a young nonprofit professional can have: a network.

Space is limited, so register TODAY and reserve your spot!

What: Nonprofits at Noon Part 3: Cultivating Networks with David LeFebvre
Who: David E. LeFebvre, VP of Philanthropy at Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Richmond and YNPN RVA
When: Tuesday, December 11th; Noon – 1:30 p.m.
Where: The Community Foundation Board Room, 3409 W. Moore St., Richmond, VA 23230
Cost: $10 Non-Members; FREE for 2018 Members and 2019 Members (Renew or Buy a Membership Now!)
To Bring: Your lunch!

David E. LeFebvre has 12+ years’ professional experience and is currently the Vice President of Philanthropy at Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Richmond. His nonprofit career has been focused on fund development, volunteer management, and communications with a strong emphasis on creating cultures of inclusion and systems that are trauma-informed. Specialties: Fund Development, Conference & Event Planning, Facilitating & Training, Volunteer Management, Diversity Training

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