Birmingham, Mich. — On Wednesday, October 16, the Birmingham Bloomfield Chamber will host its annual Community Leadership Breakfast at The Village Club. From 8-10 a.m. attendees can enjoy a nonprofit expo, networking, two keynote speakers and a plated breakfast all designed to draw attention to the good deeds being done in our communities.
The event also brings together and encourages the for-profit community to find a charitable partner for their philanthropy, leadership and support. Business leaders will have an opportunity to connect one-on-one with local nonprofits and discover opportunities to become involved within the community.
“The breakfast and nonprofit showcase always is one of our most popular events of the year,” said BBC President Joe Bauman. “The stories and experiences shared at these events always leave our guests misty eyed and feeling good about the future of our communities.”
Participating nonprofits include Variety The Children’s Charity, Far Therapeutic Arts and Recreation, The Pink Fund, Kids Kicking Cancer, Children’s Leukemia Foundation of Michigan, Birmingham Bloomfield Community Coalition, YMCA, Birmingham Rotary Club, The Community House Foundation, The Birmingham Bloomfield Art Center, Beaumont, and CARE House of Oakland County.
Keynote speakers are Jackie Krawczak, of Jackie Krawczak, LLC a motivational speaker; and Todd Turner, founder of local non-profit Team Guts.
The Village Club is located at 190 E. Long Lake Road in Bloomfield Hills. Tickets are $30 per person and can be purchased online at www.bbcc.com or by calling (248) 644-1700.
Sponsors of this year’s Community Leadership Breakfast include: The Bank of Ann Arbor, The Birmingham Bloomfield Credit Union, Beaumont Health and Baldwin House.
The Birmingham Bloomfield Chamber is a membership organization dedicated to promoting the economic development, strengthen the business climate and improve the quality of life in the six communities it serves, Beverly Hills, Bingham Farms, Birmingham, Bloomfield Hills, Bloomfield Township and Franklin. For more information, visit www.bbcc.com.