Philanthropy Massachusetts seeks to create a welcoming, safe and respectful space to enhance the open exchange of ideas. We are committed to fostering an environment of humility, exploration and courage.
To this end, our expectations are that program and network participants:
Respect confidentiality. Share ideas, not IDs. Take the learnings with you.
Accept that different truths can coexist. Practice “both/and” thinking.
Maintain and foster a safe space; restore when necessary.
Honor all forms of participation and engagement.
In the event you believe these expectations are not being followed, please reach out to a member of the Philanthropy Massachusetts team. All feedback will be taken in confidence.
Refunds: When an event or program requires payment, payment is required in advance unless alternative arrangements have been made with an Philanthropy MA staff member. If payment has not been received and/or arrangements have not been made three or more business days before the event date, Philanthropy MA reserves the right to cancel your unpaid reservation. Philanthropy MA does not provide refunds, but a credit good for one year may be issued for future events if notice of nonattendance is received three or more business days prior to the event. If you need to cancel your event registration, please email Philanthropy MA staff at email@example.com.
No Solicitations: Philanthropy MA values knowledge sharing – connecting people with each other and with information. We strive to create a welcoming, collegial atmosphere at all of our events. We kindly ask program participants to refrain from soliciting other participants for business or grants while at events hosted by us, regardless of venue.
Media: Photographs and/or video may be taken at this event to support Philanthropy MA's efforts to educate and inform the community on the role of philanthropy, in marketing materials, on our website and through social media. If you prefer your image not to be used please notify us at the event. Thank you.