WEBINAR:Virtual Symposium on Philanthropic Giving / Herbein 50 for 50 Project
WEBINAR: A look at the current state of philanthropic giving with Pennsylvania United Way leaders – and the launch of the Herbein 50 for 50 Project in support of nonprofits
Date: July 12, 2022
Time: 2:00 - 3:30 pm (includes 30 minutes for questions and introduction of the 50 for 50 program)
Virtual Symposium on Philanthropic Giving / Herbein 50 for 50 Project
A look at the current state of philanthropic giving with 3 Pennsylvania United Way leaders – and the launch of the Herbein 50 for 50 Project in support of nonprofits
You’re invited to join Herbein + Company, Inc. for our Virtual Symposium on Philanthropic Giving – and the launch of the Herbein 50 for 50 Project. This must attend event is designed for nonprofits, board members, business owners, corporate executives, and knowledge leaders who are invested in our communities, our country, and our people.
More than ever, philanthropic giving plays a vital role in the social fabric of the places where we live, work, and play. Since 1972, Herbein has been a leader in providing audit, tax, and consulting services to nonprofit organizations. We value the depth and breadth of support and awareness that local United Way organizations provide – and to help kick off the largest philanthropic initiative in Herbein’s 50 years of community leadership, we are holding an online panel symposium to discuss the current fundraising environment for nonprofits.
The discussion – part of our ongoing Herbein Conversation series – is hosted by Marybeth Olree, a partner in our firm’s nonprofit practice and a co-leader of one of HWomen RISE, a key focus group of Herbein’s DEI initiative. The Herbein Conversations are highly attended by our clients and friends of the firm.
Webinar panelists are:
- Bobbi Watt Geer, Ph.D. – President and CEO, United Way of Westmoreland County
- Tammy White – President, United Way of Berks County
- Chip Hurd – Chief Development Officer, United Way of the Greater Lehigh Valley
At the same time, we will launch the Herbein 50 for 50 Project in appreciation to the communities where we live and work. As we emerge from more than two unprecedented years of disruption, we want to continue to support the most vulnerable among us.
For our team, 2022 is about celebrating our history with an eye to the future. It’s about strengthening our commitments to community organizations and making hope possible where we work, live, and raise our families.
Herbein has set a goal to positively impact nonprofits with grants totaling $50,000.
The Herbein 50 for 50 Project is an exciting way our firm will live out our purpose of helping our community succeed with confidence. The Herbein 50 for 50 Project is supported by our culture of volunteerism and our commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion – and is augmented by charitable giving in our local markets.
Our goal is to positively impact five organizations during our 50th anniversary in 2022 with one-time grants in the following amounts:
These grants will be donor-restricted so as not to be used for general operations or administrative expenses, but rather to provide an opportunity to fund a wish-list project that would otherwise not be funded.
At the conclusion of the panel discussion, we will have time for questions and answers and to briefly outline the Herbein 50 for 50 Project including the application process including how to apply for these one-time grants. All U.S.-based 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations are eligible for these awards.
Join Herbein on Tuesday, July 12 from 2:00 - 3:30 pm (includes 30 minutes for questions and introduction of the 50 for 50 program) for an insightful virtual event for clients and friends.
Attendees will learn about:
- The state of philanthropy in the COVID-19 era
- How charitable giving has changed since COVID-19
- How organizations are confronting the profound social and economic impact of COVID-19 on our local communities.
- How you can make your own unique difference in philanthropic giving
- The Herbein 50 for 50 Project - making hope possible in the communities where we work, live, and raise our families.
- One Hour of CPE
- Group Internet Based, Zoom
- Prerequisites: None
- Program Level: Basic
- Advance Prep: No
- Registration: herbein.com
- Complimentary webinar
Any complaints should be directed to the CPE Team at firstname.lastname@example.org or 610.378.1175.