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Lunch & Learn, Thursday, Dec 2 from 12:00 to 1:00

This Lunch & Learn, featuring Dr. Mitra Shavarini, ED of Project Citizenship, will focus on the importance of citizenship. Citizenship is an issue that falls at the intersection of social justice, democracy building, and economic stability. It concerns not only immigrants but all of us.

Philanthropy Dialogue, Tuesday, Dec 7 from 6:00 to 7:00 pm

The Systemic Struggle for Food and Housing, featuring Linda Zimmerman, ED of Neighbors in Need, and Yesenia Gil, ED of Bread & Roses. Join us to learn how and why these basic human rights continue to be a struggle for families today, and gain understanding of new reasons for an age-old problem.

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The Philanthropy Connection’s mission is to inspire and enable a community of women to learn, grow, and engage in collective giving to support nonprofit organizations that address systemic inequities impacting individuals and families within the greater Boston area.

Email: connect@thephilanthropyconnection.org
Phone: 617-544-7812

TPC qualifies as a public charity under section 501(c)(3) for US tax purposes. Our EIN is #46-0665444.

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