ULI Minnesota encourages young professionals to attend the Ann Bancroft Foundation Networking Breakfast
See below for details about the event from the Foundation.
The blending of giving back to the community and career advancement is a natural combination; especially here in Minnesota.
The Ann Bancroft Foundation invites Twin Cities professionals ages 22-35 to explore the power of philanthropy for donors and recipients, the importance of mentor relationships and how to integrate those two components into your career adventure. We will also share how the Ann Bancroft Foundation is beginning that education early for Minnesota girls through our grant and mentorship programs.
Date and Location
Thursday, October 12, 2017, from 7:30-9 a.m.
Securian Club at CHS Field, St. Paul
7:30-8:15: Breakfast and networking
- Dina Simon, CEO of Simon Says Lead, founder of Simon Says Give and author of Make Unstoppable Simple: Creative Problem Solving in Life and Leadership.
- Ana Vang, Policy Associate, St. Paul Mayor’s Office and ABF grant alumna.
Cost is $35 per person / $25 for students and includes a full breakfast buffet. Limited number of tickets available.
Purchase tickets at http://www.annbancroftfoundation.org/news-and-events/upcoming-events/breakfast/ or check out our Facebook event at https://www.facebook.com/events/1719169171718862
About the Ann Bancroft Foundation:
The Ann Bancroft Foundation inspires and encourages girls to imagine something bigger. We strive to build confidence and offer tools that will allow a girl to go after her dreams and feel supported along the way. Through grants, mentorship, and ongoing development opportunities, the Ann Bancroft Foundation is giving Minnesota girls strength to achieve their full potential.
Since 1997, ABF has awarded grants totaling more than $1.4 million to over 4,000 Minnesota girls—connecting them to mentors, funding and encouragement to help them reach for their highest goals.
More information at www.annbancroftfoundation.org