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Community Foundation Roundtable Meeting

May 23rd, 2019
12:00PM to 2:00PM
The Boston Foundation 75 Arlington St., 3rd Floor, Boston, MA
Grantmaker, Philanthropic Advisor
Event type:
Best practices
Base fee:

Join Community Foundation Staff at the Spring Roundtable. During the first part of our gathering, Jim Klocke, CEO and the Massachusetts Nonprofit Network (MNN) team will provide:

  • top priorities for nonprofits in the coming years (policies related to nonprofits)
  • results/findings from MNN nonprofit surveys
  • assessment of capacity/needs for nonprofits
  • learnings and key takeaways from MNN’s Regional Meetings
  • advocacy efforts on MNN’s part (on behalf of the nonprofit sector) and its connection to community foundation work

Please come prepared with questions and insights gleamed from your community to share with MNN as well as learn from MNN what they have experienced from nonprofit organizations throughout the state. In the second half of this session learn more about Philanthropy Massachusetts 2019 priorities and the intersection with your community foundation.

Lastly, as with previous roundtables, you will have an opportunity to hear from your fellow colleagues within the Community Foundation space.

Lunch will be provided. Thank you to The Boston Foundation for hosting this Roundtable.

Registration type: 
Normal registration

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Going Green: In our continued efforts to Go Green in the office, our first step is providing a water station in our conference room for use at our programs, replacing bottled water. You may use your own personal beverage container or cups will be made available. Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.

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