Over 100 Local Professionals Convene for First Annual Florida Keys Nonprofit Day

Over 100 nonprofit leaders from more than 60 charitable organizations across the Keys gathered on September 13 at the Marathon Community Theatre for Florida Keys Nonprofit Day.

The afternoon included education sessions from two experts who traveled to Marathon for Florida Keys Nonprofit Day. John Riley, vice president of philanthropy at United Way of Collier and the Keys, came from Marco Island to share his tips on building donor relationships. Professional development expert Dr. Janelle Abela flew from Ontario, Canada to give a presentation on inclusion, diversity, equity, and accessibility.

Florida Keys Nonprofit Day is presented by the Florida Keys Funders Alliance, led by the Community Foundation of the Florida Keys, Ocean Reef Community Foundation and United Way of Collier and the Keys. First State Bank of the Florida Keys sponsored a networking reception.

A limited number of Monroe County nonprofit professionals will have the opportunity to participate in a comprehensive online learning experience with Dr. Abela, organized by Reef Environmental Educational Foundation and funded by the Michael Dively Social Justice and Diversity Endowment at the Community Foundation of the Florida Keys. Participants in the IDEA Learning Group will work as a cohort devoting six hours per month from October 2022 to March 2023. The registration deadline is September 25. For more information and to sign up, visit reef.org/idea.

The next Florida Keys Nonprofit Day will be held on Tuesday, September 12, 2023.

2022 Florida Keys Nonprofit Day

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