Are you a philanthropic organization interested in learning more about two new funds supporting vibrant communities in Massachusetts? We want to hear from you! Join staff from the Massachusetts Department of Public Health (MDPH) and Health Resources in Action (HRiA) for a webinar to discuss the...More »
With over 30,000 nonprofits in Massachusetts, competition for funding is high. How does one get a leg up? In this webinar, we'll cover the beginning, middle and end of the grants research process.More »
In partnership with Hyde Square Task Force and MA Arts Funders Learning Collaborative, Philanthropy Massachusetts invites you to experience Boston's Latin Quarter in Hyde/Jackson Square neighborhood of Jamaica Plain.More »
At this yearly gathering, you will learn about pressings issues in Lowell and funder and policy responses. Funders from across Massachusetts with an interest in Lowell are invited to attend.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 »
Did you know that only 28% of nonprofits have a current logic model, which experts consider to be the foundation for promising evaluation capacities? Come learn how this tool provides the foundation for a quality program design!More »
Massachusetts Arts Funders bi-monthly meetings provide a learning opportunity on an issue or trend facing the arts and cultural community coupled with a chance to network and update colleagues on their current work, challenges, and opportunities in a roundtable format.More »
Funders and colleagues within the philanthropic community throughout the state join Philanthropy Massachusetts Board and Staff to learn, network, gain inspiration and be reminded of the power of philanthropy. This event will feature inspirational speakers and a day to reflect on and celebrate...More »
Philanthropy 101 is a three-session series that helps all staff new to philanthropy better understand and work within the sector. Developed by the Dorothy A. Johnson Center for Philanthropy's Grantmaking School team and Philanthropy New York and presented by Philanthropy Massachusetts for the...More »
The goal of this hands-on workshop is to share some practical tools and approaches that you can apply to your organization’s current approach to logic models, theories of change or evaluation planning.More »
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