Nisivoccia LLP (Mt. Arlington) News and Announcements
On Friday, November 10, Nisivoccia LLP employees who wore jeans to work donated money to our Not-for-Profit client, Homeless Solutions. Homeless Solutions’ goal is to increase the supply of housing people can afford through construction, renovation and advocacy for low- and moderate-income people.
In the Community
On Thursday, November 16, the women of Nisivoccia LLP held their bi-annual Connecting Women2Women Networking event at the Randolph Diner. Special guest and Morris County Freeholder, Christine Meyers, spoke and shared her story of how of she continues to confront the challenges of staying true to herself while achieving success in the political arena.
On Saturday, November 18, 20 Nisivoccia LLP staff volunteered at the Community FoodBank of New Jersey, where they spent two hours sorting and packing food.
On Wednesday, November 29, Bud Jones and Valerie Dolan, Partners of Nisivoccia LLP, hosted a dinner for clients with newly elected officials at La Strada in Randolph. Bud and Valerie discussed what newly elected officials should know about budgeting and financial planning for their towns.
On Thursday, November 30, Nisivoccia LLP hosted the annual Not-for-Profit Seminar. The theme of the seminar this year was “Are you using all of your resources to attract donors?” with an emphasis on fundraising. Speakers at the seminar included Michele Siekerka, President and CEO of New Jersey Business & Industry Association (NJBIA), John Corcoran of D’Alessandro Inc. and Chris Vaglio of GREY SKY FILMS.
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