Meet-the-Donors: Social Justice
Bunker Hill Community College, Culinary Arts Dining Room, 4th Floor, 250 Rutherford Ave, Boston, MA 02129
Consultant, Grantseeker, Nonprofit
Join Philanthropy Massachusetts as we hear from grantmakers working on the important topic of Social Justice. Equity, inclusion, wealth distribution, are just some of the many aspects of this far-reaching issue area.
Our team includes:
Susan E. Eaton, Professor of the Practice and Director, Sillerman Center for the Advancement of Philanthropy, Brandeis University
Jude Goldman, Executive Director, The Lenny Zakim Fund
Josie Greene, President, Josephine & Louise Crane Foundation
David Moy, Sr. Program Officer, Hyams Foundation
Karla Nicholson, Executive Director, Haymarket People’s Fund
Meet-the-Donors is a great opportunity to hear firsthand from funders about the particulars of their work. The program also provides time to network and build connections with your peers. Meet-the-Donors is ideal for newcomers to the development world and also for seasoned pros who want to participate in a deeper way with the topic at hand or pick up some new insights and recommendations for grantseeking in general.
We hope to see you there!
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