Special Events Seek to Support Local Neighborhoods
All Events are Free!
BREAKFAST IN TIMES SQUARE
Join us at the W Hotel's Blue Fin Restaurant as neighborhood, civic & professional groups are invited to hear about the federal government’s push to support local inner city partnerships in applying for funding opportunities to safeguard and improve their communities.
Topic: “What is the Drug Free Communities Grant?”
Special Guest Speaker
Angela D. Richardson
US Dept. of Health & Human Services, SAMHSA
RSVP: April 5th. Seats Limited. No walk-ins will be allowed.
HOW TO CREATE A SOCIAL MEDIA STRATEGY FOR YOUR ORGANIZATION
Nonprofit organizations use websites, social media, email, and other tools to increase visibility, shift attitudes, generate revenue, and engage various audiences.
Review ways that nonprofits are using social media and discuss a framework for how to approach and/or enhance your organization's social media strategy. Discussion will also touch on the value of social media guidelines, with particular regard to the blurring line between personal and professional branding.
Vice President, Big Duck
RSVP: April 14th. Seats Limited. Light Breakfast & Lunch will be served.
PRC OPEN HOUSE
COULD YOUR COMMUNITY GROUP USE SOME HELP?
The Prevention Resource Center provides free information & materials to neighborhood groups seeking to take action to increase local understanding and awareness about the dangers and consequences of drugs and alcohol such as crime, unemployment, and domestic violence.
Learn more about our services, meet staff, and receive useful information and materials. Door prizes awarded. Light refreshments served.
Where: The Children's Aid Society, Lord Memorial Building, 150 East 45th Street (bet. Lexington & Third) - 4th Floor
RSVP: April 30th. Walk-ins welcome.
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