Join Us: Tickets SB2 Luncheon | Philanthropic Agenda, November 30


SRQ is pleased to announce that the SB2 Symposia Series has moved to lunchtime. Although many die-hard SB2 fans loved getting up at the crack of dawn for SB2’s signature compelling dialogue and content (not to mention the bacon) we want to share the conversation with an expanded audience and provide for a longer luncheon deep-dive into important conversations affecting both Sarasota and Bradenton.

Join SRQ Media for the kick off of the 2017-2018 SB2 Luncheon Symposia series with SB2: Philanthropic Agenda on Thursday November, 30 2017 from 11:00am-1:00pm at The Francis, Downtown Sarasota. Local foundation experts will explore the dynamic and ever-changing world of the independent sector and state of philanthropy in our region. What’s trending, who’s innovating, why are donor-advised funds growing so rapidly and what exactly are donors looking for? Don’t miss this deep-dive exploration into the factors influencing philanthropy on the Giving Coast.

Guest Panelists include: Carol Butera, Executive Director of the William G. and Marie Selby Foundation; John Annis, Senior Vice President of Community Investment for the Community Foundation of Sarasota County; Mark Prichett, President and CEO of the Gulf Coast Community Foundation; Martha Wells, Former President of the Southwest Florida Association of Fundraising Professionals; Monica Van Buskirk, President and CEO of the Van Wezel Foundation.

Tickets are $45/per person, which includes a mouth-watering plated lunch provided by The Francis. Reserve your spot online at SRQSB2.COM

.We hope to see you at the “New SB2”!

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