Leadership Chester County to Host Nonprofit Meet & Greet

More Than 26 Organizations Join Forces for Community Impact

Leadership Chester County proudly announces its eagerly anticipated event, the Nonprofit Meet & Greet, set to take place on Wednesday, May 8. Showcasing a diverse array of over 26 Chester County nonprofits, this gathering promises to be a valuable opportunity for community connection and collaboration.

The primary aim of the Nonprofit Meet & Greet is to foster connections among soon-to-be graduates of Leadership Chester County, the flagship board training program offered by United Way of Chester County, to delve into potential avenues for involvement, support, and collaboration within our vibrant community. Beyond providing a platform for current Leadership Chester County students, the event extends an invitation to program alumni eager to reconnect and explore fresh board opportunities. It promises to be a dynamic setting for networking, sharing insights, and uncovering new pathways for community engagement.

“We are thrilled to host the Nonprofit Meet & Greet, bringing together the nonprofit sector of Chester County with our dedicated Leadership Chester County students and alumni,” said Kelly Cockshaw, Director of Leadership and Innovation at United Way of Chester County. “This event represents our commitment to fostering strong partnerships and empowering individuals to make a positive difference in our community.”

Leadership Chester County prepares business leaders to guide nonprofit organizations as board members. Participants explore complex social and community issues, develop leadership potential, form lasting professional relationships, and connect with local nonprofit organizations, positioning them to lead and network in our community.

Since its inception 23 years ago, the program has had 54 graduates, 143 sponsors and 435 nonprofits who have benefitted from LCC graduates on their boards or as staff. To learn more, visit www.LeadershipChesterCounty.org or call 610-429-9400.