The County College of Morris in Randolph is set to host a special networking breakfast event called Lion’s Den on Fri., Nov. 18, where three nonprofit presenters will have the opportunity to pitch their grant project to several local funders.
The presenters will give a two- to five-minute pitch about their project and each funder then will offer constructive feedback.
The event is scheduled to begin at 8 a.m. in the Davidson Room, Student Community Center, on CCM’s Randolph campus.
Participating in the event as presenters will be Marysue DePaola, development director at Mayo Performing Arts Center; Bonnie Gannon, director of Corporate and Foundation Relations at Morristown Memorial Health Foundation; and Julia Somers, executive director of the New Jersey Highlands Coalition.
The funders participating in the program consist of William V. Engel, president of The Hyde and Watson Foundation; Christine DiCesare, board member of Impact 100; and Tom Werder, executive director at Morris Arts.
“Prepare to be at the edge of your seat as nonprofit leaders present their fundraising ideas to funders for instant feedback,” says Lauren Swern, an adjunct instructor who teaches a course in grant writing at CCM.
The event, which will conclude at 9:30 a.m., includes continental breakfast and a networking period prior to the panel discussion.
Register for the Lion’s Den by visiting https://www.ccm.edu/2016lionsden. For more information, call 973-328-5187, ext.3. Cost for attending is $20. Guests should park in Lot 7.