If you work in or actively support the not-for profit sector, then you are probably familiar with #GivingTuesday. A great counter-balance to the consumer-oriented messages of Black Friday and Cyber Monday, #GivingTuesday reminds us to be thankful for all we have already, and to consider the ways we can give back.
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Being part of a non-profit organization can offer truly rewarding positives, as well as some cash-constrained negatives. On the one hand, you get to “save the world,” to make a difference in your chosen passion and get paid to do it!
The downside of being a non-profit, though, is that funds are tight, and ever
y penny counts. You want to put what money you have to use fighting for your cause and supporting your mission. But you also need to keep the organization up and running, and that costs money, too.
The New York-based renewable energy company met with success speaking to developers, manufactures, and investors during the four-day event.
Rochester, N.Y. – September 25, 2015: Rochester-based Sunvestment Energy Group (SEG) reports a successful showing at one of the nation’s pre-eminent solar conferences, Solar Power International (SPI), held September 14-17 in Anaheim, California.
“We had substantive conversations with a number of developers and financiers, from small installers to very large, national companies with global name recognition,” says SEG President Jim Kurtz. “Across this spectrum we found support for our mission and an interest in our approach. Our online portal, standardized documents, and community funding strategy are designed to open up solar development in markets long isolated from more mainstream funding.”