Birmingham City Council to Hold Final Session for Nonprofit Tour
PRESS RELEASE January 26, 2016
Contact: Brittany Sharp
BIRMINGHAM, AL – Nonprofits are essential to Birmingham’s growth and in recognizing that, the Birmingham City Council is looking to assist the hundreds of organizations who work tirelessly to improve the quality of life for citizens in Birmingham. Today, the Birmingham City Council will hold the final session for the Nonprofit Tour: Paving The Way For Birmingham’s Greatest Assets. The session will take place at the Birmingham Museum of Art at 6p.m. Tonight’s stop follows previous sessions at the Vulcan Museum on January 26th and at the Birmingham Crossplex on January 28th. Both sessions have provided attendees with valuable information on how they can obtain additional funding to help their respective nonprofit exceed at the next level.
“During this tour, it is has been hope that we will be able to provide organizations with vital information from our group of panelists that will help them to better serve the City of Birmingham,” Birmingham City Council President Johnathan Austin said. “Through this tour we are also bridging gaps that exist by establishing partnerships with nonprofits to ensure that much needed social services, capital needs in some instances, and a variety of other services are maintained and sustained.”
For more information, please view this video produced by the Birmingham City Council Public Information Office: CLICK HERE
The public is welcome to attend and asked to be a part of this important discussion.
For media inquiries please contact Birmingham City Council Director of Public Information Brittany Sharp at 205.721.5369.