Join the Maryland Philanthropy Network’s Rising Leaders for a session to discuss how to more effectively have conversations about racial and ethnic equity and inclusion.
While we encourage you to attend programs in person, please know remote participation is available for most programs, unless otherwise noted. We strive to create a welcoming and inclusive environment. If we can assist you with special accommodations in order to participate in an event please contact Elisabeth Hyleck, Director of Learning and Engagement.
Giving circle leaders are invited to the Eleventh Annual Giving Circle Gathering. The dozens of giving circles in our region will gather together to connect and learn from one another about a variety of issues important to giving circles.
This program has been POSTPONED and will be rescheduled. We apologize for any inconvenience.
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