Who are we Founded in 2013, The Philanthropy Connection asks women to give, teaches women to become informed donors, and encourages women to forge lasting relationships with the nonprofits we introduce them to or fund.About Us
Our mission The Philanthropy Connection’s mission is to inspire, teach, and enable women to engage in collective philanthropy in order to provide grants to charitable organizationsthat improve the quality of life for low-resource individuals and families living in Massachusetts.
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$1,175 for women over the age of 35 and $575 for our Young Philanthropists –
women 18 to 35 years old. For each class of membership, $1,000 and $500,
respectively, is contributed to each year’s grant pool. Join us
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2020-21 TPC grantee, works to empower Chelsea
residents to enhance the social and economic health of the community. They
focus on mitigating risk factors including poverty, history of trauma,
undocumented status, lack of English proficiency, low literacy, and basic
a 2019-21 TPC grantee, is a Latinx-led program that aims to close the opportunity gap for first-generation youth of color by encouraging them to pursue post-secondary education and providing them with the skills and motivation to become agents of change in their communities.
TPC grantee based in Dorchester-assisting fathers in overcoming barriers
(financial, oppressive, emotional, traumatic, and addiction-based) that prevent
them from remaining engaged in their children's lives. They also provide
mentoring, cultural outings, and counseling to children who are growing up
without their fathers.