“PowerUP! Baltimore: The Spark Igniting Collaboration” is Philanos’ National Conference to be held November 5-7, 2023 for visionaries who believe in the power of women’s collective giving to create impact in local communities.
Maryland Philanthropy Network is proud to support the Maryland Nonprofits 2023 Annual Conference "Big Conversations on Equity and Leadership." No matter your job role, experience level, or preferences regarding virtual versus in-person programming, this two-day hybrid event features something for everyone.
This year Maryland Philanthropy Network is reuniting for our first in-person meeting since 2019 to celebrate our 40th Anniversary! MPN members are invited to join us for a morning of reconnection, celebration, and updates on the vibrant activities of our network. We are excited to have Susan Taylor Batten, president and chief executive officer of ABFE: A Philanthropic Partnership for Black Communities, as our keynote speaker to inspire and challenge us as we continue working together for an equitable and just Maryland.
Please join Maryland Philanthropy Network’s Maryland Aging Innovations Group for the 2023 Summit to encourage Maryland’s commitment to develop a multisector plan for aging that will engage and impact all Maryland residents. Along with sharing the local ‘age-friendly’ framework urban and rural Area Agencies on Aging are implementing; participants will hear about New York’s innovative efforts in creating a state-wide resource that transforms the infrastructure and coordination of services for a rapidly aging population and people with disabilities. We’ll end with inspirational Creative Arts Projects for older adults!
After three years, we are delighted to offer this event in-person at the beautiful Vollmer Center at Cylburn Arboretum.
Maryland Philanthropy Network is proud to support the Maryland Nonprofits 2022 Annual Conference "This is the moment to care". This year is Maryland Nonprofits' 30th Anniversary and their annual conference is an important part of the celebrations.
Maryland Philanthropy Network is proud to support the Maryland Nonprofits 2021 Annual Conference. This year's fully virtual three-day conference will be filled with interesting sessions surrounding the theme "Getting Ready For Growth."
Join Maryland Philanthropy Network’s Affinity Group on Aging and the Maryland Gerontological Association for a virtual summit to learn about innovative local and national models for aging in the community. This special event will include a cadre of esteemed speakers, networking opportunities, and more!
As our network seeks to further understand the critical shifts philanthropy is being asked to make, Maryland Philanthropy Network is continuing to use our annual meeting as an opportunity to exploring key topics to shift perspectives, cede power, and collaborate with communities to heal and achieve greater equity. Our keynote speaker, Dr. Mustafa Santiago Ali, a renowned thought-leader, strategist, policymaker, and community liaison, will help us understand climate justice as central to the pursuit of racial justice and freedom. Kondwani Fidel, Baltimore native and globally recognized poet, will once again share his thought-provoking poetry with us, recognizing that arts and creativity have an indelible role in moving people to action for lasting social change.
Maryland Philanthropy Network is using this year’s annual meeting as an opportunity for transformative change. Our Network must recognize the responsibility to engage in truth-telling and healing in order to support positive community transformation in Maryland. Together we'll hear from local and national grantmakers on the cutting edge of restorative practices, welcome new board members, and celebrate our outgoing board members and CEO Celeste Amato.
Maryland Philanthropy Network is proud to support the Maryland Nonprofits & MARFY Annual Conference, Rising to the Challenge. This year's exciting, fully virtual two-day conference will convene hundreds of nonprofit leaders who are showing up to make great things happen despite difficult times. Every member of your staff and board will find interesting sessions that are relevant to their role in your organization.