FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
December 5, 2014
Adrienne Rubin, Board President
Women in Development of Mercer County
Charity Leader Reflects on Community Foundation, Career
Princeton, NJ – Retiring Princeton Area Community Foundation President Nancy Kieling will discuss the impact the Foundation has had and will continue to have on communities in Mercer County at the Women in Development (WID) Annual Luncheon at the Nassau Club December 9.
Kieling will discuss the growth of the Community Foundation during her tenure, plus how Mercer County development professionals can work to promote philanthropy throughout our communities.
Nancy Kieling has led the Princeton Area Community Foundation during a period of extraordinary growth. The Community Foundation now manages $105 million in charitable funds, impacting a significant number of nonprofit organizations and philanthropic donors in the region.
“We look forward to hearing Nancy’s reflections on her philanthropic work over the years,” said Adrienne Rubin, president of Women in Development of Mercer County. “With her December retirement at hand and new leadership poised to continue the Community Foundation’s mission, we want to thank her for her unwavering support in our community.”
WID, inspired by Nancy’s impact, is matching every donation for The Community Foundation’s Fund for Women & Girls. WID will make a maximum donation of $1,000.
Members of the public are invited to attend, and to make donations in this matching campaign. Advance registration is required. Visit https://wid-nancy-kieling-dec-2014.eventbrite.com.
For more information, contact Adrienne Rubin at 609.252.9129 or email@example.com.
Tuesday, December 9
11:30 PM – 1:30 PM
Nassau Club, 6 Mercer Street, Princeton, NJ
Non-member guests: $40
Women in Development of Mercer County is a local, nonprofit professional association of women in the field of development and fundraising. Members are committed to helping one another develop skills, sharing information about employment opportunities, and creating a climate in which women may grow and achieve positions of increasing responsibility within the field. http://widmercer.org/
ABS Principal Karla Pollack serves on the Women in Development Board.