The goal of this hands-on workshop is to share some practical tools and approaches that you can apply to your organization’s logic models, theories of change or evaluation planning.More »
The Briefing will feature MassKids’ Enough Abuse Campaign, a multi-state child sexual abuse prevention initiative developed in MA. The Campaign is the only comprehensive model in the country that includes state and community-level coalition building as well as training of parents and...More »
This introductory program is ideal for those who are new to the grants process or would like a brush up.More »
What is your family’s dream for philanthropy? Are you primarily interested in achieving a particular grantmaking mission? Or are you interested in creating an opportunity for family members to come together and strengthen family ties through philanthropy and service to others? For many...More »
This is a two part program. The morning session will focus on identifying management tools that best fit with your leadership style. The afternoon will be dedicated to sharpening your presentation skills for the purpose of becoming a better manager and leader.More »
May's Community Foundation Roundtable will be hosted by the new President and CEO at the Essex County Community Foundation, Dave Edwards. Topics will cover the trends he has seen in the CF field during the past seven years consulting with various foundations.More »
Attendees will be better prepared to understand the process of developing a vision for themselves or their organizations, feel empowered to develop a compelling vision for the future, and know the steps that they need to take to create a shared vision.More »
Please join AGM and MLAC for a presentation on “Moving Vulnerable People out of Crisis through Civil Legal Aid.”More »
Meet-the-Donors is an opportunity to learn firsthand about the grants process. The format includes a moderated panel discussion as well as an ample Q&A period with the audience. We’ll learn specific information about the participating foundations as well as tips that will be useful for any and...More »
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