This year's workshop will include perspectives on diversity within philanthropy -- whether a diverse donor base or diverse clientele and services.
· Melissa Juneau, Emerge Center, presenting on the new Emerge Center and their donor base
· Darrin Goss, Capital Area United Way, diverse service and donor base and how this affects their fundraising
· Mike Manning, Greater Baton Rouge Food Bank, the new Food Bank and how diversity plays a part in fundraising
· Racheal Hebert, STAR, challenges and joys of raising money for a difficult subject
Tuesday, July 7
Broadmoor United Methodist Church
8:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.
Registration opens at 8:30 a.m. with a light continental breakfast. The workshop begins at 9:00. Presenters represent organizations such as STAR (Sexual Trauma Awareness & Response), The Emerge Center, Greater Baton Rouge Food Bank and Capital Area United Way. Lunch will be served.