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Benefit Corporations – What Every Fundraiser Needs to Know About Them

May 18, 2012

 An education session hosted by the AFP DC Advanced Executives Committee

Benefit Corporations - What Every Fundraiser Needs to 
Know About Them

An exploration of the new social benefit corporations; what they are, how they work, and how they can be important allies in advancing our missions.

The AFP DC Advanced Executives Committee invites area nonprofit executives to a session presented by Amy Kincaid, Founder and Principal of ChangeMatters, and Laura E. Jordan, Esq., Managing Partner of The Capital Law Firm.  

Ms. Kincaid is Founder and Principal of ChangeMatters, Benefit LLC, a social enterprise consultancy that works with both tax-exempt social enterprises and socially-responsible businesses. The first Benefit Company formed in the State of Maryland and in the United States, ChangeMatters provides strategy, planning, funding, social media, and philanthropy services at critical points of growth, turnaround, and renewal, and is recognized as an organizer and educator in the movement to encourage “common good enterprise.”

Ms. Jordan incorporated the first Benefit Corporation in the United States.  Her work with Benefit Corporations, a new class of for-profit corporation whose social benefit purpose is central to its existence, has been featured in The Washington Post, on the BBC, and in numerous other media outlets.  

The Benefit Corporation voluntarily meets higher standards of corporate purpose, accountability, and transparency, and is the most comprehensive yet flexible legal entity devised to address the needs of social entrepreneurs, investors, and the general public.  Benefit Corporations are best suited to the sustainable business movement, impact investing, and the social enterprise sectors.


When:
Friday, May 18, 2012
8:00 am - 10:00 am 
Networking Breakfast: 8:00 - 8:30 am 
Educational Program: 8:30 - 10:00 am  
Where:
Merrill Lynch
5th Floor Conference Room 

1152 15th St NW
Washington, DC 20005

Metro: Farragut North (red line) or McPherson Square (blue/orange lines)
Registration Fee:
Members: $40.00
Non-Members: $55.00
Register:
 
 


Special thanks to the sponsor of the AFP DC Advanced Executives program: 

Campbell and Company Logo 2012



Audience:
This session is perfect for "decision makers" in an organization including CEO's, Chief Development Officers, and others with responsibility for Planned Giving, Capital Campaigns, Major Gifts, Annual Giving, Foundation/Corporate Relations, consultants and board chairs.