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Registration is now open for the 10th Annual “Thinking Outside the Box” Seminar for Non-Profits

E. Sue Huff & Associates, Inc. is proud to announce the 10th annual “Thinking Outside the Box” seminar for non-profits will be held on Friday, August 9, 2019. Registration is now open for non-profit organizations in Collier County.

The 8:30 a.m. to noon seminar will be held at the Naples Daily News Community Room located at 1100 Immokalee Road in Naples.

This year’s theme is The” Top 10” Tips for a Non-Profit’s Success which will coincide with the 10th annual event. The free seminar is being presented again this year by the event’s founder Sue Huff of E. Sue Huff & Associates Marketing and Management Consulting.

There will be five speakers featured this year and all will be presenting topics to help local non-profits improve their marketing and development strategies for sustainability.

Speakers will include Sue Huff; Kelly E. Capolino, local real estate professional and Founder of the Diamond Volunteer Program; Katie Schweikhardt, Director of Development for United Way of Collier County; Cecily Lancit, Owner and Founder of Lancit Digital Media; Batya Maman, Owner and Founder of Social Connect; and John C. Riley, CFRE, President of Riley Philanthropy.

Sponsors making the event free and possible for local non-profits are E. Sue Huff & Associates, Kelly E. Capolino PA, Sissy Smith of Gifted Coin, Rick Gallo Auctioneer, Community Foundation of Collier County, and the Above Board Chamber of Florida. Newk’s Eatery will be the continental breakfast sponsor.

Sponsorships are still available; for more information about becoming a sponsor of this event, email

To register, go to

Seating is limited and early registration is encouraged as this event fills fast. Limit two people per organization.

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