Would you like to hear from one of our grantees and also learn more about how you can get involved with The Philanthropy Connection, a women's collective giving organization made up of some of the most dynamic and involved women in the Boston area? Through the power of pooling the donations of its members, TPC has been able to give more than $1.3 million in six short years to local organizations that serve low-income, marginalized populations. We welcome the opportunity to share more with you about TPC and its mission.
Learn details about what TPC is and does, meet women in our community, and hear from TPC grantee Wily Network's Executive Director Judi King.
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TPC is most grateful for our Connect the Dots Events Sponsor:
To buy a book in advance, check out these local bookstores:
Porter Sq Bookstore, Cambridge
Brookline Booksmith, Coolidge Corner
Join us for a Volunteer Day with
TPC grantee Project Citizenship
Project Citizenship needs hands and we’ve got hands. Come help stuff envelopes (2000 of them) for PC’s Annual Appeal. On October 30, from 12:00-5:00 we will congregate at PC’s offices at 4 Faneuil South Market Building. Come for a 2-, 3-, 4-, or 5-hour shift – you pick the time. Light refreshments will be provided. Parking is available (expensive) in nearby garages at Government Center or Dock Square, or take the T - State Street or Aquarium stops are closest. This is your call to action. It’s is an easy one – can you spare an afternoon?
Questions? Call Ruth Isaacs, Volunteer Coordinator at 215-219-1515.
Join us for our first Dialogue of 2019-20 about Immigration and Activism...
TPC is delighted to present our first Dialogue on November 6 on the topic of Immigration and Activism. The panel will feature speakers from two TPC grantee organizations -- Project Citizenship and Justice at Work -- as well as the ACLU of Massachusetts. Immigration is not only a hot button issue in political life today, but is also a fundamental question about who we want the United States to be as a country going forward. Our panel of speakers will discuss the most critical issues facing immigrants today, ideas on what should be done about those issues, as well as how TPC members can get involved.
We look forward to learning more and conversing about this vital issue.
TPC is most grateful for our Lead Corporate Sponsor of Philanthropy Dialogues:
Learn details about what TPC is and does, meet women in our community, and hear from TPC grantee Friends of the Children's Development Director Stacy DellOrfano.
Join us for our December Dialogue about Homeless and Foster Youth, and Activism...
... with grantees Y2Y and Massachusetts Adoption and Resource Exchange (MARE), and Shaheer Mustafa, President and CEO of Hopewell, Inc., one of the largest local providers of social services to youth and young adults in crisis. More details to follow.
Join us for our February Dialogue about Education and Activism...
... with grantees Boston HERC, The Wily Network, and Friends of the Children. More details to follow.