Philanthropy Network’s 2014 Fall Conference

Posted by Philanthropy Network Greater Philadelphia on September 8, 2014


When: Tuesday, November 11, 2014

8:30 AM – 2:30 PM
Where: The Inn at Penn
3600 Sansom Street
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19104

Theresa Jackson

Philanthropy Network’s 2014 Fall Conference: Sparking Solutions 2.0

SAVE 11/11 for the 2014 FALL CONFERENCE!

Be sure to reserve Tuesday, November 11th from 8:30 AM to 2:30 PM for Philanthropy Network’s 2014 Fall Conference! We’ll return to the Inn at Penn for Sparking Solutions 2.0, where we’ll build on the momentum from last year’s event to further advance ideas and action around our Sparking issues agenda. Additional details to be announced in the coming months. Registration opens in late September.

This year’s program will feature the release of our 2014 study on regional giving, an update on shared progress on our Sparking Solutions issues agenda, and the “2.0 version” of last year’s popular workshops, where you’ll join with colleagues to explore action steps for advancing solutions on early literacy, hunger, homelessness, health care access and youth safety.

We’ve also lined-up a stellar array of speakers who will inform and challenge your thinking, provoke dialogue and inspire ideas about how we can act together to generate deep and lasting impact in our communities.

Joining us will be:

  • Stephen A. Patrick, Executive Director, Aspen Institute Forum on Community Solutions
  • Stacy E. Holland, Incoming Executive Director, The Lenfest Foundation
  • Quiara Alegria Hudes, Philadelphia born and raised Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright

Be sure to reserve November 11, and watch for your conference evite to arrive later this month. Recent events have sold out, so be sure to register early to guarantee your seat!

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