I'm Going to the White House!!

Nonprofit leader invited to the White House to speak on innovation in philanthropy.
 
Aug. 28, 2012 - PRLog -- On September 20, 2012, I will give a short presentation about Benevolent.net at a day-long forum on innovation in philanthropy at the White House! My TED-style talk will allow me to share the power of the Benevolent model with 150 leading thinkers in the world of philanthropy. The audience will include private, community-based, academic, and advocacy-based organizations that support the field of philanthropy.

We can not express how excited we are here at Benevolent! I will have the opportunity to not only highlight Benevolent's work but also the work of our partnering organizations to national leaders and White House Senior Administration officials. Other topics explored for the day long forum will include how philanthropy drives economic recovery, expands opportunity, and strengthens community.

Stay tuned and I will keep you updated about my White House adventure.

- megan kashner



Megan Kashner, Founder & CEO of Benevolent.net, is a seasoned nonprofit leader with over 20 years of strategic management, community partnership building and organizational planning experience.

http://www.Benevolent.net is a groundbreaking nonprofit website that utilizes a social media model to connect people who face hurdles along their paths to stability with people who want to help. Unlike traditional donor websites, Benevolent.net provides a platform for choice and direct personal giving, coupled with the security of a trusted validation process. Founder & CEO, Megan Kashner, was recently named one of the top 100 Innovators at 2012 Techweek.
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