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INIE establishes partnership with Southern Center for Nonprofit Excellence

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (July 9, 2014) – The Institute for Nonprofit Innovation and Excellence, spearheaded by Tallahassee Community College, expanded its reach Tuesday by entering into a memorandum of understanding with Thomas University’s Southern Center for Nonprofit Excellence.
The agreement, signed on the two-week anniversary of the INIE’s soft-launch last month, will allow both organizations to provide their members with further assistance in each agency’s area of expertise.
“As a director of SCeNE, I’m excited about our partnership with the INIE because it’s expanding our capacity to provide resources for North Florida and South Georgia,” said Rick Munroe, vice president of institutional advancement at Thomas University. “It’s a great way to expand and bring the region together.”
“The execution of the agreement today between INIE and SCeNE serves as a shining example of the commitment held by these two entities to strengthen the nonprofit sector in North Florida and South Georgia,” agreed Kimberly A. Moore, TCC vice president for workforce development and INIE board member.
Based in Thomasville, Ga., SCeNE’s primary function is to provide a forum for nonprofit organizations to increase their capacity and quality of service. The mutual agreement between the organizations will provide each with a greater sphere of influence.
“What we hope to do is provide additional support that enhances our collective membership,” said Munroe. “The more you reach out, the better.”
For information, contact Sarah Young at (850) 201-9608 or
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