Upcoming Events

    • October 24, 2017
    • 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
    • Cambridge near Porter Sq (address available upon registration)
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    What is the current status of immigration in Massachusetts?

    In today’s volatile political climate, what is happening with immigration? Are the populations of asylum seekers and immigrants shifting? How are the options for and the needs of Massachusetts asylum seekers, refugees, and immigrants changing? What can we do?

    Speaker Panel:

    Mary Murrane, Assistant US Attorney, Department of Justice, District of Massachusetts

    Anita Sharma, Executive Director, Political Asylum/Immigration Representation (PAIR) Project

    Mariam Gas, Executive Director, Refugee and Immigrant Assistance Center (RIAC) 

    Wish List Items You Can Bring

    Both PAIR and RIAC have let us know it would be helpful if those attending the Dialogue could bring the following urgently needed items: diapers (sizes 3 to 5), shampoo, and other personal care products. If easier, they would also be grateful to receive gift cards from Stop & Shop or big box stores, or pre-loaded Charlie Cards ($20 in value). Liaisons will ensure the items are collected and, if necessary, delivered to PAIR and RIAC.

    • November 02, 2017
    • 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
    • Crossroads (89 South Street, Boston)
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    Please join us for a literary evening on November 2, as we meet to mix, mingle, and discuss Just Mercy: A Story of Justice and Redemption by Bryan Stevenson, the founder of the Equal Justice Initiative. This event is open to all members. More information on event details and programming to follow.

    • 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

    Please join us for our November TPC Philanthropy Dialogue to discuss...

    • What can contribute to an at-risk youth’s success in life?
    • Why do sports matter?
    • What stands in the way of the good nutrition needed for success?


    Laura Hayden, Associate Professor of Counseling and School Psychology, College of Education and Human Development, University of Massachusetts, Boston. Laura’s research and focus is on the relationship between physical activity and life skill development among at-risk youth, with a focus on understanding how youth develop culturally relevant skills that contribute to their happiness and success within their community.

    David S. Cohen, Chief Executive Officer, Doc Wayne Youth Services (Grantee) whose mission is to fuse sport and therapy to heal and strengthen at-risk youth. Under David's leadership, Doc Wayne was named the 2015 Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Sports Award winner as an Influential Leader and Model for Others Making Communities Healthier Through Sport

    Doug Rauch, Founder and President, Daily Table (Grantee) whose mission is to help communities make great choices around food by providing access to tasty, healthy, convenient, and truly affordable meals and groceries. In his 31 years with Trader Joe’s, the last 14 years as President, Doug played a pivotal role in its growth from a small retail chain in Southern California to a nationally acclaimed retail success story. After retiring from Trader Joe’s in 2008, Doug was a Fellow at Harvard’s Advanced Leadership Initiative, where the idea for Daily Table was first hatched.

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