This program will not be about the why or the trends – it will focus on the process around developing corporate-nonprofit collaborations that are truly win-win partnerships for each organization.More »
Building and managing a major donor pipeline is a deliberate and thoughtful process. The session focuses on relationship science and rapport building techniques, tactical strategies to rapidly build your major donor pipeline, and tools to measure and manage donor relationships and progress toward...More »
Join Philanthropy MA as we travel to Worcester for Meet-the-Donors: Central MA!More »
Drawing from his 16 years’ experience, Kenny Weill will lead attendees through the process of writing a clear, concise and compelling foundation grant narrative. This includes both the longer “full proposal” narrative and the shorter concept paper or letter of inquiry. He will end with tips to...More »
Philanthropy 101 is a five-part series that helps all staff new to philanthropy better understand the sector. Developed by the Dorothy A. Johnson Center for Philanthropy's Grantmaking School team and Philanthropy New York and presented by Philanthropy Massachusetts (Philanthropy MA) in Boston...More »
Please join us for our Fall Community Foundation Roundtable on November 6 in Central Massachusetts.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 »
Nonprofit organizations often seek grant support but fall short in receiving an award. Competition for grants continue to grow as government funding dwindles. Learn how to present your case for support no matter the type or size of grant you are requesting.More »
A nonprofit organization’s financial statements and disclosures provide a wealth of information and can tell a story, but sometimes you have to do a little digging to unravel the tale.More »
As foundations adopt new approaches for creating social change, they must also adapt their internal practices. To achieve meaningful impact at scale, many foundations are aiming to influence the actions and investments of the public and private sectors, as well as address the complex and deeply...More »
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