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You are invited to attend our upcoming Boston’s Payment in Lieu of Taxes (PILOT) Program: A Fair Deal for Boston Residents? Initial report findings release and community planning meeting!
We are faith-based, community, student, and labor organizations concerned with the role the wealthiest nonprofit institutions in our city and the efficacy of the city’s Payment in Lieu of Taxes (PILOT) Program. Together we are working to review the current program and to advocate for a more robust, inclusive PILOT program. Our report’s findings are the first step in our advocacy. Please join us:
Tom Callahan, Executive Director, MAHA
Lydia Lowe, Executive Director, Chinatown Land Trust
Lisa Owens, Executive Director, City Life/Vida Urbana
Jessica Tang, President, Boston Teachers Union
Aaron Tanaka, Executive Director, Center for Economic Democracy
Danielle Williams, MCAN
Lew Finfer, Co-Director, MCAN
Please RSVP with Enid Eckstein at email@example.com
Do you attend or lead meetings that fail to achieve meeting or project goals? This day-long Meeting Facilitation workshop will introduce participants to effective meeting preparation, including outreach and engagement strategies, meeting facilitation skills, and how to follow-up for success. Workshop participants will have an opportunity to test their meeting facilitation skills in a supportive, learning environment.
This is a monthly series focused on learning about all the aspects of trauma and how we can connect with and claim healing wisdom. Current mental health understanding for trauma recovery will be presented along with how the healing process is essentially a spiritual one. Dinner will be provided and the evening will continue with a presentation and time for discussion and sharing. Child care is provided.
MPHA’s Awards Breakfast is the signature event of the year for the public health community to come together and salute our partners, celebrate our accomplishments, reconnect with colleagues and energize ourselves for the advocacy we do to promote social justice and reduce health inequity. We are honored to be awarding these four public health champions.
Every year, hundreds of nonprofit and business leaders gather the State House to celebrate Nonprofit Awareness Day: A Celebration of Nonprofit Excellence, a statewide holiday signed into law by Governor Deval Patrick 10 years ago. This celebration is hosted by the Massachusetts Nonprofit Network and presented by Citizens Bank. We look forward to celebrating the impact of nonprofits and those who demonstrate excellence this year on June 4, 2018!
During Nonprofit Awareness Day, Nonprofit Excellence Awards will be presented to organizations and professionals exemplifying the innovative and effective work of nonprofits across Massachusetts. Nominations are being reviewed and winners selected by an independent panel of nonprofit and business leaders. Last year, MNN received over 125 Nonprofit Excellence Award nominations. Stay tuned for updates about this year’s Finalists.
Join our annual social media movement leading up to Nonprofit Awareness Day where we will use stories, images, and stats to tell our neighbors, elected officials, and funders how Massachusetts’ nonprofits are #MAkingadifference. The social media campaign will begin in May. Click here to sign up for campaign reminders, tips, tricks, and sample language to help you engage in the campaign.
Event price (includes lunch):
MNN Nonprofit Members – $50
Non-Member Nonprofit – $65
MNN Affiliate Members* – $80
*For-profit attendance is limited to MNN Affiliate Members. If you are a for-profit organization and would like to join our network, you can learn more here.