How Youth-Led Grantmaking Benefits Young People, Their Communities, and the Philanthropic SectorMore »
With over 30,000 nonprofits in Massachusetts, competition for funding is high. How does one get a leg up? The first step is doing one's homework. Foundations have missions just the same as nonprofits, so it is vital to the success of your proposal that you find those funders who are...More »
Join Philanthropy MA as we welcome a panel with a range of interest areas under this large umbrella topic. Our panelists include funders of housing initiatives, healthy alternative transportation options, bike paths/bike-ability, connectivity, food systems and more!More »
National Center for Family Philanthropy created its Fellows program to honor leaders in family philanthropy and nurture a generation of new leaders. Philanthropy Massachusetts members are invited to watch this webinar in our office.More »
Decolonizing Wealth: Healing Divides and Restoring Balance - Sponsored by: The Hyams Foundation | The Schott Foundation for Public Education | Emerging Practitioners in Philanthropy (EPIP) Boston | Social Justice Funders Network (SJFN) What if we could use wealth to heal rather than cause further...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 »
Join us for a video conference call on systems and software utilized by community foundation staff.More »
Digital technologies have fundamentally changed the way people discover, engage, and share information about the causes they care about. Social media platforms and innovative digital tools are disrupting traditional fundraising, with the potential to bring donors more deeply inside the work of...More »
Join Massachusetts Arts Funders for a bimonthly meeting!More »
Individual donors, the core of philanthropy in USA, are the single most influential factor in an agency’s ability to raise funds. Yet, very few organizations or development professionals seek to genuinely understand/know their prospects or individually communicate and interact with donors to...More »
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