The Literacy Network’s fifth annual Handbags for Hope will feature live and silent auctions of handbags, as well as raffles, cocktails and dinner.
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It would be easy to look at Jill Meyer and Awadagin Pratt and see two Cincinnatis. Meyer is small and blond and business. Pratt is big and dreadlocked and music. But the two see the interdependence of those two worlds. Pratt and Meyer know you cannot have strong arts without significant support from business and that you cannot attract and retain talented people to work in the region without vibrant arts.
Recessions, stock market swings, election years – none affect nonprofit fundraising, Cincinnati insiders say, as much as telling compelling stories. Stronger storytelling, they say, leads to more donors and higher levels of loyalty and giving. But as they enter 2016, development directors in Cincinnati aren’t looking merely for financial donors but, rather, to build relationships with people who care about the organization’s mission.
Tickets are on sale for Women Helping Women’s Sunday Salons series, which runs through March 20, presenting local speakers addressing timely topics in interesting homes and venues around town.