An Evening with Non-Profits Hosted by EventbriteLA
Tuesday, November 29, 2011 from 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM (PST)
We love what you do in our community and can't thank you enough for the countless hours you dedicate to making our world a *briter* place. Eventbrite would like to treat you to an informational dinner featuring thought leaders who will share their insight on a number of topics to include social media, fundraising, and event planning. Join us for a delicious three-course dinner at The Capital Grille in Beverly Hills as we share best practices and give you the low-down on how to make your fundraising events a huge success.
This event is intended for non-profit board members and those in charge of organizing fundraisers. Limit 2 per organization please.
At The Capital Grille, allow us to tempt you with our dry aged steaks, fresh seafood, and an award-winning list of more than 350 wines, served to you by our gracious, knowledgeable staff who anticipate your every need. Private dining available for 8 to 100. Create your own personal account and receive exclusive invitations from The Capital Grille.
We are people, businesses, moms, kids, artists, organizations, policymakers, students, teachers, and engineers. All united in one simple idea, each elevated by being connected. Let's do what works and never default to what doesn't. Join us, and together we'll power what works.
She has written on race, parenting and education for several national media outlets, and was named one of Parenting Magazine's top bloggers of 2010. Dwyer previously worked as the education ambassador for the $20 million dollar Pepsi Refresh Project and as a social media consultant for several companies. She has over fifteen years of experience in education, including teaching grade school in both Guangzhou, China and Compton, California, and worked on Teach For America’s Los Angeles staff, where she supervised first and second-year K-12 teachers in the Compton, Lynwood and Los Angeles Unified school districts. She serves on the board of singer John Legend’s “Show Me Ed Reform” campaign, actress Karyn Parson's Sweet Blackberry foundation, and runs marathons in her spare time.
A special thanks to our sponsor:
***Please only RSVP if you are 100% sure you can attend. Space is limited and an accurate head count is required. If you need to cancel for any reason, please email me 48 hours in advance so that I may give your space to another interested organization.***
Contact info: Leila@Eventbrite.com
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