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IF REGISTRATION IS CLOSED BY THE TIME YOU SEEK TO RESERVE A SEAT, PLEASE FEEL FREE TO PUT YOURSELF ON THE WAITING LIST!
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Dear Grant Makers,
Tech Networks of Boston, Third Sector New England, and Essential Partners invite you to participate in a unique program on June 20th: a “Grant Maker/Grant Recipient Dialogue on Nonprofit Data and Evaluation.”

This morning of dialogue will include small group conversations in a safe-enough atmosphere designed to clarify perspectives and surface areas of agreement and difference.
  • It will be an opportunity for a limited number of grant makers and grant recipients to have a fresh, new, deeper conversation about these complex and challenging issues.

  • It will NOT be the typical panel discussion with a Q & A period. Instead, this session will include an equal number of grant makers and grant recipients, who will engage in candid dialogue.

  • Our facilitator will be Dave Joseph, senior associate at Essential Partners; the latter is the nonprofit organization formerly known as the "Public Conversations Project."

Thus far, our registrants include representatives from the following organizations:

  • Barr Foundation
  • Boston Foundation
  • Greater Worcester Community Foundation
  • United Way of Massachusetts Bay and Merrimack Valley
  • Combined Jewish Philanthropies
  • Community Foundation for Nantucket
  • United Way of Hampshire County
  • Grantmakers Council of Rhode Island
  • U.S. Trust, Philanthropic Solutions
  • Health Resources in Action
  • Local Initiative Support Corporations
  • Schott Foundation for Public Education
  • The Philanthropic Initiative
  • Third Sector New England
  • SkillWorks
  • Boston Community Capital

This session will be the first of a series of three dialogues and will help shape the remaining two.
Please RSVP before May 12th for this limited program, and feel free to contact me with any questions.

Many thanks and best regards from Deborah


P.S. You are very welcome to pass along this invitation to other interested grant makers in the region.

Deborah Elizabeth Finn | Senior Strategist
Tech Networks of Boston
1 Wadleigh Place | South Boston, MA 02127
Phone: 617.504.8188 | Fax: 888.527.9333




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