Pro Bono Partnership Presentation in New Britain
New Britain, Conn., January 15, 2020 – As part of its Capacity Building Initiative which provides training and other resources to local non-profits to increase and strengthen their organizational capacity, the Community Foundation of Greater New Britain is hosting an informational breakfast presentation featuring the Pro Bono Partnership, which provides free transactional and business legal services to non-profit organizations.
On Wednesday, February 5, staff and board members of nonprofits are welcome to attend a breakfast presentation at the Fireside Room of First Congregational Church (830 Corbin Ave, New Britain, CT 06052) from 8:30 am to 10:00 am to learn about the services available to their organizations.
Based in Hartford, Pro Bono Partnership works with 1,400 volunteer lawyers from major corporations and law firms to help nonprofit clients achieve their goals, avoid risk, and better serve their constituencies. Pro Bono Partnership attorneys specialize in laws affecting nonprofits. Their process is highly collaborative, and every client works directly with a staff attorney who helps the nonprofit prioritize its legal needs and access expert legal counsel on a wide range of matters including compliance, corporate structure and governance, employment and volunteer issues, fundraising/charitable solicitation laws, and merger/collaboration.
Joeline Wruck, Director of Community Initiatives & Program Services at the Foundation said, “As part of our Capacity Building Initiative, we are excited to introduce this resource to local nonprofits. The services provided by Pro Bono Legal Partnership are invaluable, especially since the cost for legal services can be cost prohibitive.”
If you would like to attend the breakfast presentation to discover what services are available to your organization, please RSVP to Joeline Wruck at 860-229-6018, x307 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Since its founding in 1997, Pro Bono Partnership has assisted more than 2,350 nonprofits in New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut on nearly 10,500 legal matters, enabling them to more effectively feed the hungry, house the homeless, promote the arts, protect the environment, and provide essential programs to children, the elderly, immigrants, the disabled, and the unemployed.
Established in 1941, the Community Foundation of Greater New Britain is “Where Good Begins” in Berlin, New Britain, Plainville and Southington. The Foundation works to inspire philanthropy, responsibly manage permanent charitable assets, and partner to address key community issues through strategic leadership. For more information, visit www.cfgnb.org.