LGW Philanthropy Panel Nonprofit Showcase and Happy Hour

March 20, 2018
Tuesday, March 20, 2018
Pepco Edison Place Gallery, 702 Eight Street NW, Washington DC
Leadership Greater Washington’s Nonprofit Showcase & Philanthropy Panel, hosted by Pepco, is an exclusive members-only event offering nonprofits the opportunity to learn what philanthropic leaders are looking for when making funding decisions, as well as for attendees to familiarize themselves with nonprofit organizations that are part of the LGW community. 
Philanthropy Panel (3:30-5:00pm)
Experts will share their specific insights regarding what funders look for and how organizations can best position themselves with philanthropic organizations. The list of panelists includes:
Moderator: Rosie Allen-Herring (’02), President and CEO, United Way of the National Capital Area 
Debbi Jarvis (’09), Vice President, Corporate Relations, Pepco 
Sonia McCormick (’10), Senior Vice President l Director of Client & Community Relations, PNC 
Tobi Printz-Platnick (’17), Senior Program Officer, The Morris and Gwendolyn Cafritz Foundation 
Nonprofit Showcase and Happy Hour (5:00-7:00 pm)
Immediately following the panel, guests will have the opportunity to meet with representatives from featured nonprofits at staffed tables while enjoying some wine and light refreshments provided by our sponsors, Geppetto Catering and Apex Home Loans.

Featured Nonprofits: 
A Wider Circle
Mark Bergel ('16)

Alice Ferguson Foundation for Environmental Education    
Lori Arguelles ('16)

Kathy Sibert ('17) 

Break A Difference
Stephen McMahon ('04)

Capital City Public Charter School
Karen Dresden ('15)

Critical Exposure
Adam Levner ('14)

Don Bosco Cristo Rey
Ana Chapa ('18)

Educare DC
Pyper Davis ('17)
Generation Hope
Nicole Lewis ('16)

Hope Connections for Cancer Support
Paula Rothenberg ('00)

KEYS for the Homeless Foundation, Inc.
Valerie Johnson ('13)

LAYC Career Academy
Nicole Hanrahan ('16)

Levine Music 
Stan Spracker ('06)

Life Pieces To Masterpieces
Joy King-Pike

Posse Foundation
Tamara Lawson ('15)

Service Women's Action Network (SWAN)
Lydia Watts ('03)

Whitman-Walker Health
Abby Fenton ('12)

LGW members have the potential to build meaningful connections with local nonprofits which could result in:
Contributing volunteer hours individually or from their organization
Providing funding either individually or through their company
Developing strategic partnerships
Additionally, the showcase will highlight LGW’s new Outcomes initiative, including representation from the three featured Outcomes organizations: A Wider Circle, The Posse Foundation, and A-SPAN. Learn more about Outcomes: 
There is no charge to attend but all participants must RSVP.
Nonprofit Sponsor 
In-Kind Sponsors