Strengthening organizations that strengthen communities; Utah Nonprofits Association networking event

ST. GEORGE – The Southern Utah branch of the Utah Nonprofits Association has announced an upcoming networking event on Thursday. It will be hosted by The Learning Center for Families at their St. George location.

Though it is free to attend, participants are asked to register ahead of time by calling 888-596-1801 or online.

The event features a brief about the services provided by The Learning Center for Families and a tour of their facilities, which will be celebrating 20 years of serving the local community in September.

The event offers an opportunity to meet and network with other nonprofit professionals and learn more about the programs and services available in our area. It also includes refreshments and door prizes.

Every Utah Nonprofits Association networking event is hosted by an association member and encourages networking to build strategic partnerships and the sharing of experiences with other non-profit peers. Events focus on the non-profit sector, but are open to the community.

Throughout the coming months, the Utah Nonprofits Association will offer a variety of programs in Southern Utah. A schedule of events can be found here.

Event details and contact information

Date: June 6

Time: 4 to 6 p.m.

Location: The Learning Center for Families, 2044 Mesa Palms Drive, St. George

Admission: Free

Contact: DawnMcLain – 702-860-2341

Submitted by: Dawn McLain

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Image by Alexa Verdugo Morgan, St. George News
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