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April 12, 2017

Board Matching Event Coming to NYC Nonprofits

Board Match NYC Event

"The Board Match" is Coming to New York City!Join us at the New York Hilton on June 7th to Find Your Next Board Member

Did you know that, since 2015, Board Match has introduced more than 11,000 prospective board candidates to 1,000 nonprofits in San Francisco, Silicon Valley, and New York City?

Board Match NYC will be a networking event that gives nonprofit chief executives and current board members the chance to meet and talk with hundreds of prospective board candidates from major New York metro area companies across industries, including financial services, legal, real estate, marketing/PR, healthcare, technology, and more. Board Match routinely attracts up to 1,000 business professionals as board candidates to meet with executive and board leaders from 100-150 nonprofits. 

We'll be there! Come meet with representatives from boardnetUSA.org  and Governance Matters, part of the NYCON family of nonprofit services, to find out about our own board matching services designed specifically for New York nonprofits, and just how we can help you make the most of this event, and excel in good board governance.

Apply by April 26th, 2017  to participate in Board Match New York. 

Please note: there is a fee for nonprofits to participate in the Board Match. Their sliding scale starts at $250 and is capped at $400 dollars. **Board Match will provide a $75 discount to nonprofits who indicate on their application that they heard about Board Match New York from New York Council of Nonprofits.**

The Volunteer Center | The Board Match® is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Learn more at theboardmatch.net   

Questions? Please contact the Board Match at info@theboardmatch.net

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