A KOTA Territory organization hosted local non–profit agencies Thursday to network and talk about philanthropy.
Nonprofit Networker hosted its second annual People Helping People luncheon and workshop at the Rushmore Plaza Holiday Inn.
A number of organizations including the Salvation Army, the United Way, and Youth and Family Services were in attendance.
The theme this year was Building a Culture of Philanthropy, as the workshop brought together three speakers on the topic.
Nonprofit Networker serves to show non–profit agencies how to run more efficient.
"I understand there's over 100 people coming today so there's obviously a need for capacity building training, and better understanding of fundraising and philanthropic giving," said Sandy Diegel, Executive Director of the John T. Vucurevich Foundation.
Also part of the workshop was the presentation of a 2012 Black Hills area philanthropy study.