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Virtual Funders' Briefing: Battling the Opioid Epidemic

June 17th, 2019
2:00PM to 3:15PM
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This funders-only virtual briefing builds on an opioid epidemic-focused event this past March, presented in partnership with The Boston Foundation, Boston Indicators and RIZE Massachusetts. Join panelists from GE Foundation, Greater Lowell Community Foundation, New Hampshire Charitable Foundation, and Philanthropy Massachusetts as we continue the conversation regarding philanthropy’s role in addressing this critical issue.

Learn from your peers as they provide illustrative examples of funding in this space. Please come prepared to share your insights and questions. Read a recap of the March event, which included nonprofits, healthcare providers, and policymakers.

Remote participation for this virtual briefing is through Zoom video conferencing. Zoom is easy to use, and allows for phone or computer access. Remote access information will be sent in advance of the program via email.



Jay Linnehan, President & CEO, Greater Lowell Community Foundation

Tym Rourke, Director, NH Tomorrow, New Hampshire Charitable Foundation

Dr. Linda Vindone, VP Clinical Management at DentaQuest



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