Advocacy is one of the most important tools that nonprofits and foundation can use to create lasting change in the communities they serve. We know it can be confusing, intimidating and even discouraging at times.More »
This webinar will discuss the USDA's Food Insecurity & Nutrition Incentive (FINI) Grant Program and details of the match required from non-Federal funders. A joint application for FINI is being submitted by MA Departments of Transitional Assistance (DTA, Agricultural Resources (DAR) and...More »
Boston has a broad array of philanthropic institutions including philanthropic structures like family, community and corporate foundations, public charities, and government grant programs. Have you ever wondered the distinctions between these various institutions and how they are impacting social...More »
This introductory program is ideal for those who are new to the grants process or would like a brush up.More »
Learn how regional associations and their members are using data conversations and tools to spark efforts to advance diversity, equity, and inclusion in philanthropy, and to strengthen their grantmaking and impacts in communities.More »
This program will highlight proven effective interventions that train and support youth, as well as engage businesses, non-profit organizations and families.More »
Discuss what grant makers want, and learn a step-by-step guide to crafting a proposal. Emerge with practical tips and tricks that will maximize your grant-writing efforts.More »
Join us for this year-end refresher onsome of the most common dilemmas in family foundation governance and management, featuring nationally recognized legal advisor Andrew Schulz of Arabella Advisors. Andrew will answer these questions and many more and the call will feature double bonus Q & A...More »
In this installment of Meet-the-Donors, we focus on funders with an interest in Arts & Culture.More »
President Obama announced his Immigration Accountability Executive Actions, which has the potential to affect 5 million unauthorized immigrants nationwide and at least 65,000 in Massachusetts alone. Associated Grant Makers, the Fish Family Foundation, the Hyams Foundation, and funder colleagues,...More »
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