TPC's November Philanthropy Dialogue

  • November 16, 2017
  • 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
  • Cambridge (address available upon registration)
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November Dialogue: The Importance of Mental and Physical Health for Success in Underserved Populations

Hear how Doc Wayne Youth Services (grantee) is becoming a new model of mobile out-patient mental health clinics for at-risk youth.

Hear how Daily Table (grantee) is empowering underserved populations to take charge of their health with dignity and respect through their business model.

Hear Professor Laura Hayden share her research on the impact of empowered social, physical, and nutritional health on at-risk youth that is taking place in Boston Public Schools, The Boys and Girls Club, and even in terrorist cell camps in Africa.


David S. Cohen, Chief Executive Officer, Doc Wayne Youth Services

Ismail SamadExecutive Chef, Daily Table

Laura Hayden, Associate Professor of Counseling and School Psychology, College of Education and Human Development, University of Massachusetts, Boston

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