Wellfleet Preservation Hall to hold 1st annual non-profit festival

Over 30 Cape non-profits with info booths, food, music...

On Saturday, April 22nd from 11 a.m. - 4 p.m., Wellfleet Preservation Hall will host its first annual Non-Profit Festival, featuring informational booths for over 30 area non-profit organizations. This event is free and the public is encouraged to attend.

Cape Cod is home to a diverse and abundant array of non-profit organizations, some large and some small, some that have been in operation for decades and others that are newly formed. All provide much-needed programs to area residents and visitors, augmenting federal or state funded services, for-profit business offerings, and in many cases filling gaps.

Wellfleet Preservation Hall’s Non-Profit Festival is designed to connect these organizations and their staff for a valuable day of networking and sharing of ideas and knowledge, while also increasing public visibility and awareness of the fine work these groups do by giving them an under-one-roof spotlight. Attendees of the festival will have the unique opportunity to speak directly with and learn from members and representatives, and explore ways in which they can contribute and participate in their respective communities.

The festival will include an eclectic selection of non-profits, ranging from arts-oriented to health & wellness, to human and social services related. Visitors who are interested in getting involved in their local community, volunteerism and others avenues of participation will have direct access to a wealth of information all day between the hours of 11am and 4pm. A selection of food and beverages (non-alcoholic, beer and wine) for purchase, music, and the Hall’s trademark warm, welcoming atmosphere will contribute to a fun and festive afternoon for all to enjoy.

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