Thinknext Foundation Inc. Announces Official Launch Event

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Nonprofit organization will invest in individuals and small community organizations

Thinknext Foundation Inc. (Thinknext), is a nonprofit social enterprise created to support and enable small community organizations, aspiring leaders and entrepreneurs to do amazing things within their communities, will hold its official launch party on Friday, October 23, 2015 at Hamilton and Ward Steakhouse, 101 Ward St, Paterson, NJ 07505 from 6PM – 9PM. There is no cost for admission and small tax exempt nonprofits with less than $50K in yearly revenue are encouraged to attend.

During the event, over $2000 in donations and prizes will be given away, including a donation in recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

Thinknext was established by a group of like-minded socially responsible friends to support individuals and small organizations with the potential to do amazing things. The organization is focused on people that will have a lasting positive and measurable impact on their communities and society in general. Thinknext targets groups and individuals who are forward-thinking and have their hearts and minds set on what is next for them and their community. We want to help people Network, Grow, and Launch. The organization’s initial focus areas and services cover: Networking, Nonprofit and Small Business Strategies, Entrepreneurship, Leadership Development, and Digital Presence.

Mike A. Williams, Thinknext Foundation founder and president said, “We believe that amazing people with great ideas who are visionary in their thoughts, are the most suited to move their communities forward. Our goal is to help them with funding and assist them in expanding their network of potential mentors, supporters and advisors. We simply believe with the right support and resources, their next has no limits”.

The Thinknext Foundation will be donating a total of $1500 every two months to qualified organizations starting in January of 2016. To support that financial commitment, the board members of Thinknext have committed an initial donation of $20,000 to help deserving organizations and aspiring leaders better themselves and their community on thought at a time.

Thinknext is a nonprofit social enterprise that thinks like a for-profit small business. We invests in the personal and professional growth of organizations and individuals who in turn make measurable positive impacts in their local communities while serving the common good of society. In short, we help caring and visionary people help others by providing access to resources and talent while helping them expand their network of potential mentors, supporters and advisors.

For more information, visit our website at or email: media(at)wethinknext(dot)org

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