SIDE PROJECT TO MOVE FLORIDA OFFICE TO EXTRAORDINARY CHARITIES COWORKING SPACE
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE - October 22, 2020
Jeffrey Fromknecht, CEO – firstname.lastname@example.org | 561-755-7433
SIDE PROJECT, INC. TO MOVE FLORIDA OFFICE TO EXTRAORDINARY CHARITIES COWORKING SPACE
Side Project, Inc. is relocating its corporate headquarters to the nonprofit coworking space hosted by Extraordinary Charities.
Co-working spaces maximize the efficiency of space and offer a unique opportunity to collaborate and connect; collaboration is key to Side Project’s mission and success.
November 1, 2020 is the official move-in date
The new Side Project offices will be located at 2635 Old Okeechobee Rd., West Palm Beach, Florida 33409.
Locally based nonprofit incubator moves headquarters
October 22, 2020 – West Palm Beach, FL. – Side Project Inc. is very excited and honored to announce that it will be joining the Extraordinary Charities family and moving both their Florida office and corporate headquarters into EC’s nonprofit co-working space in West Palm Beach on November 1st!
Extraordinary Charities is a Palm Beach-based nonprofit organization devoted to raising awareness of small but deserving Palm Beach County charities. In addition to its coworking space, EC publishes a Directory for Charitable Giving and is an informative resource for anyone who wants to support organizations that are building a stronger, more cohesive community.
Side Project, Inc. is a nonprofit incubator and social change accelerator. Their work supports individuals, organizations, and institutions focused on social change as they try to begin to identify, utilize, and add to the existing assets of their community. Since 2012, Side Project has helped hundreds of small and start-up grassroots nonprofit organizations establish a strong foundation by helping them with legal and operational challenges.
Both organizations are very passionate about small nonprofits and the big impact these groups have in the community.
Side Project CEO, Jeffrey Fromknecht, indicated that the change will be a great move for collaboration: “Connecting with other nonprofits is incredibly important to the work we do in supporting people as they build their side projects into viable solutions for their communities. We thank Christine and Beverlee Raymond for this opportunity.”