Leadership Lee County, a non-profit organization sponsored through the Auburn and Opelika Chambers of Commerce, is hosting its first ever Lee County Connects volunteer fair.
Vision for Event:
The vision of the volunteer fair is to help cultivate and strengthen opportunities for volunteers to connect, engage and serve the communities within Lee County.
Date and Location:
Lee County Connects
Tuesday, May 2, 2017
The Hotel at Auburn and Dixon Conference Center
4 – 7 p.m. CST
Is there a cost to participate as an organization or attend?
– Lee County Connects is free for non-profits to exhibit their philanthropic causes while also expressing areas of need within their organization.
– The event is free for individuals and families to attend who are in search of charitable opportunities within the local community.
How can I help?
– Become a Sponsor – Contribute a meaningful amount of $250 or more to help cover the costs of this event. Your generous donation will offset the cost of attendance and help us to effectively market and execute the event. Once the event is complete, any remaining funds will be donated back into the community through local nonprofit organizations. The sponsorship deadline is Tuesday, April 18, 2017, in order to receive the maximum benefits for your business. Benefits to your organization include your company logo on event signage, on social media, and on the registration website. This event—and its sponsors—will be well-promoted.
– Donate Prizes – Provide in-kind donations of items for gift baskets that will be given away to lucky attendees in a chance-to-win drawing.
Leadership Lee County is a 501(c)(3) organization, and therefore your donation is tax-deductible.
How can I help promote the event?
Please use our hashtag on all social media and see your posts on this page! And we appreciate good, old-fashioned, word of mouth.
Leadership Lee County is a program sponsored by the Auburn and Opelika Chambers of Commerce. It seeks out, honors, educates, challenges, and develops a select group of leaders who live or work in Lee County and have the potential to provide the leadership needed to solve problems of community and statewide significance. Participants are selected on the basis of ability, demonstrated interest in the community, and potential for responsible and effective leadership. The program begins in September with a kick-off retreat and reception and continues monthly through May. The monthly seminars highlight community issues and trends while incorporating professional development, community issues and trends and have the opportunity to hear from prominent leaders throughout the Lee County area.Share