Nearly 500 people from the nonprofit community in New Jersey, Pennsylvania and New York will come together on Monday, January 28, 2019, to make important connections, learn best practices and advance their causes at the Annual Princeton Community Works Conference. The event will take place on Princeton University, at the Frist Campus Center, from 5 to 9:15pm.
“Everyone is welcome. We are passionate about inclusion, diversity and bringing people together who are dedicated to making a difference in the world,” said Marge Smith, who started Princeton Community Works with that mission more than 20 years ago. The event attracts a range of attendees including volunteers, staff, board members, novices, seasoned professionals and nonprofit leaders.
The price of the event is $40. Scholarships also are available. The conference includes networking activities, an inspirational keynote address, boxed dinner and choice of two workshops from 20+ topics. According to Smith, PCW is able to keep the price affordable because of the support of Princeton University and the help of 100 dedicated PCW volunteers. Everyone connected with the event – from the planning committee and event-night volunteers to the expert speakers – all donate their time.
Full workshop descriptions, speaker biographies and the online registration page can be found at
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