Philanthropy Massachusetts and The Boston Foundation invite you to join us for this special event celebrating the release of Democracy and The Next American Economy: Where Prosperity Meets Justice by Henry A.J. Ramos. In addition to hearing from Ramos, we will be joined by a panel of regional...More »
A nonprofit organization’s financial statements can tell you a lot about that organization. In this workshop for nonprofit professionals with all levels of experience, you’ll learn how to find the stories that nonprofit financial statements are telling you.More »
Massachusetts Arts Funders' Group is a bi-monthly meeting space for funders from across the state investing in arts and culture. The group explores specific topics of relevance, elevates examples of interesting work, and participates in site visits. Priority topics for presentations,...More »
Funders and colleagues within the Massachusetts philanthropic community join Philanthropy Massachusetts Board and Staff to learn, network, gain inspiration, and highlight the power of philanthropy. The day will feature inspirational speakers, and we will reflect on, and celebrate philanthropy’s...More »
How do we stay in the present moment as we seek to fund social change and make the world a better place for all? Join presenter Alyssa Wright for a workshop focused on creating a culture of collaboration in the philanthropic sector.More »
Looking for tips on how to approach grants research and insights gleaned from funders? Are you based in Essex County? This workshop is for you!More »
Philanthropy 101 is a three-session series that helps all staff new to philanthropy better understand and work within the sector. Developed by the Dorothy A. Johnson Center for Philanthropy's Grantmaking School team and Philanthropy New York and presented by Philanthropy Massachusetts for the...More »
The goal of this hands-on workshop is to share some practical tools and approaches that you can apply to your organization’s current approach to logic models, theories of change or evaluation planning.More »
Do you want to build your ability to ask donors for support? In this lively three-hour workshop, you will learn the principles behind donor-centered and relationship-based cultivation and stewardship – and how to reach out to your donors to more fully engage them in the life of your organization.More »
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