As an added bonus, the Community Foundation reviews each profile to ensure the information is updated and complete, and places a Reviewed Icon on profiles that accurately represent the nonprofit organization—something that would come in handy on a real-life dating site!
Honestly, when I pictured the boards of these types of organizations, I envisioned seasoned business people near or past retirement.
I spent 6 years in Minneapolis mentoring some pretty amazing kids, and I (perhaps somewhat selfishly) wanted to find a similar opportunity here in the Triangle.
Lisa Jemison, Director of Programming at The Foundation (who put countless hours of hard work into preparing this event), notes that the organization has always had a “desire to foster a culture of giving.” As a whole, The Foundation is committed to working toward the greater good and encouraging the community to do so as well.
And if you represent a nonprofit organization in the area, make sure you have an updated profile, so charitable givers looking for love won’t miss out on all your organization has to offer.
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