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 as do nonprofits and so it is vital to the success of your proposal that you find those funders who are aligned with...More »
Foundation staff and trustees are invited to join us for a panel discussion about the importance of civic education, why it matters to democracy and civil society, and what we can learn from research about best practices in this area.More »
Join Massachusetts Arts Funders in a bimonthly meeting!More »
Philanthropy Massachusetts invites you to take part in “Foundation Funding for Advocacy Activities”, a one-hour webinar to learn about activities that foundations can and cannot support around advocacy.More »
We have data, but now what? Program managers often collect data, but struggle to use it to make their programs better. In this workshop, we will learn to use data to drive important decisions about program design and management.More »
Securing grants for your nonprofit organization requires a sound proposal. Learn the basics of preparing grant proposals or sharpen your intermediate skills through a step-by-step approach to the process.More »
An interactive learning session on Philanthropic Leadership on Justice and Equity in Grantee Engagement and Internal Practice facilitated by Angela Park with a panel of Massachusetts philanthropic leaders sharing their insights on the evolution of their work with grantees and within their...More »
This session will provide as a framework the five “shifts” every nonprofit leader needs to make (and the most effective leaders have already made) to be successful in positioning their nonprofit to raise more revenue in a sustainable way.More »
Join the Grantmakers of Color network for an informal brown bag lunch discussion.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. This course is designed for intermediate...More »
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