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The Elizabethtown-White Lake Area Chamber of Commerce is gearing up for an exciting event that will inspire residents to impact their local community positively. Under the leadership of Terri Dennison, Director of Communication and Marketing for the Town of Elizabethtown, and Executive Director of the Elizabethtown-White Lake Area Chamber of Commerce, this initiative aims to promote the spirit of giving back to the community through their event, scheduled to take place on Tuesday, November 21, from 9 AM to 2 PM, at the Cape Fear Farmers Market.

The central theme of this event is “Giving Local,” emphasizing the importance of supporting local non-profit organizations as residents plan their year-end charitable contributions. It’s a wonderful opportunity for individuals to connect with and contribute to the organizations that are making a difference right in their own backyard.

One of the highlights of the day is the invitation extended to all non-profit organizations to set up informational displays at the Cape Fear Farmers Market. This will provide these non-profits with a platform to showcase their missions, programs, and impact on the community. By participating in this event, these organizations can increase their visibility and engage with potential donors, volunteers, and supporters.

For non-profits that are members of the Elizabethtown-White Lake Area Chamber of Commerce, there is an additional opportunity to address the Chamber membership during their November Member meeting, which begins at 8 AM. This is a chance to make a compelling case for their cause and forge new partnerships within the local business community.

Registration is required to participate in this event. Interested parties can contact the Elizabethtown-White Lake Area Chamber of Commerce at 910-862-4368 to secure their spot and ensure a seamless experience during the Giving Local event.

The Giving Local event at Cape Fear Farmers Market serves as an opportunity to support your favorite cause, uniting residents and non-profits in their shared mission to uplift the community. By coming together on November 21, they can make a tangible difference and leave a lasting impact on the place they call home.

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