Power in Numbers Symposium Coming to Northern Kentucky

Event to feature thought leaders in health, poverty, education, and workforce

Covington, KY – Horizon Community Funds of Northern Kentucky is partnering with the Kentucky Philanthropy Initiative to host a new event that will take a comprehensive look at the community’s unique opportunities through the lens of future philanthropy.

Power in Numbers will focus on a recent study addressing the significant transfer of wealth taking place in Northern Kentucky, and the opportunity to capture some of that wealth to invest back into the community, especially in the areas of poverty, workforce, health, and education.

“The new data from the Transfer of Wealth Study show that we have tremendous potential to impact some of our region’s most pressing needs,” shared Nancy Grayson, President of Horizon Community Funds.  “We invite all interested community members to engage in a day of learning and thoughtful discussion on how we can join together to create a brighter future for Northern Kentucky.”

Featured speakers from regional and state organizations will highlight opportunities for addressing local community issues and attendees will participate in conversations related to the information and strategies presented throughout the day.  Northern Kentucky youth who have been empowered through philanthropy will also share their inspiring stories.

What: Power in Numbers Symposium

When: Tuesday, April 17, 2018 from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

Where: St. Elizabeth Technology and Education Center | 3861 Olympic Blvd., Erlanger, KY 41018

Who: The community is encouraged to attend.  Civic leaders, nonprofit organizations, financial advisors and wealth planners, elected officials, faith-based leaders, employers, and other engaged citizens will find useful information that impacts their work and community.

Power in Numbers is presented by Horizon Community Funds of Northern Kentucky and the Kentucky Philanthropy Initiative with media partner Northern Kentucky Tribune. Other planning committee members include the the Butler Foundation, Duke Energy, Northern Kentucky Education Council, and St. Elizabeth Healthcare Foundation.

For more information and to register, visit https://www.horizonfunds.org/events/power-in-numbers.

Horizon Community Funds of Northern Kentucky is a qualified public charitable 501(c)(3) organization established as a community foundation in 2017 by Northern Kentucky leaders. Its mission is to unite resources to raise the quality of life for all people in the Northern Kentucky community. More information can be found at www.horizonfunds.org.

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