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Apr 3rd
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What forces are impacting portfolios in 2019 and beyond?

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Apr 17th
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Apr 18th
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Philanthropy Massachusetts members are invited to come watch this NCFP Webinar in our offices.

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Apr 23rd
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Philanthropy Massachusetts, Barr Foundation, The Boston Foundation, and Center for Effective Philanthropy (CEP) invite you to join us for this special event celebrating the release of Giving Done Right: Effective Philanthropy and Making Every Dollar Count by Phil Buchanan, president of CEP.

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In Philanthropy

March 19th, 2019
Source: refinery29.com
Philanthropist is such a stuffy word. It calls to mind rich, old white men who have massive public buildings named after them — Rockefeller or Carnegie. Or maybe you think of one of the tech billionaires who have set aside some of their fortunes for good — Bill Gates or Mark Zuckerberg. Either way... More »
March 6th, 2019
Source: Member News
Women have been philanthropists since the beginning of time – giving of their time, talent, and treasure to those in need and to those helping society address its most difficult and pressing issues. More »
March 1st, 2019
Source: The Nonprofit Quarterly
The past year ushered in a new level of poignant and popular critique of the business of philanthropy, catalyzing widespread discussion and debate about philanthropy’s role in perpetuating and exacerbating economic inequality and racial injustice. More »
February 21st, 2019
Source: The Boston Globe
The Knight Foundation says it will invest $300 million in local journalism over the next five years, seeding several programs designed to kick-start an industry decimated by layoffs and newspaper closures over the last 15 years. More »

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