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In 1994, The New York Women’s Foundation established the Neighborhood Dinner, moving from borough to borough each year, to recognize women leaders of not-for-profits and for-profit businesses who have demonstrated outstanding leadership in their community in neighborhood-based work on behalf of women and girls.
Topics Include: • The step-by-step process to selling • Strategies to sell a non-profit and overcome stereotypes • Pitching your organization/program in 30 seconds • Meeting the decision maker: what to say and what to do within an hour after the meeting • Cold Calling—When and how? • The science of using LinkedIn for prospecting and canvassing • Techniques to be a resource and not a burden • Skills to sell yourself and your ideas so they lead to the results you want
Join us for The Resolution Project's annual gala, Resolve 2014. Taking place at the Harvard Club of New York City, it is going to be an unforgettable evening dedicated to philanthropy and sustainability. The program will include an impressive live auction by Sotheby's, creative installations for exploring our areas of impact, a silent auction, and more. We hope to see you there!
Concerned about climate change? Care about stopping global conflicts? Worried about financial insecurity and income inequality? Want to support local food systems and local businesses? Interested in the future of education? Healthcare? Endangered species? Then join us for a day of thought- provoking and constructive talks on our multiple crises and how we can solve them. It can sometimes seem like there is no reason for hope. But there is a solution. We call it the "economics of happiness."