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Join Youth Philanthropy Partner Network

Sunday, September 22, 2019

Youth Philanthropy Partner Network is a peer-networking group of IPA. It is a network for grantmakers and community organizations that seek to promote and raise awareness of youth philanthropy.

The network not only brings energy and enthusiasm to the mutual goal of promoting youth philanthropy, it provides partners with benefits such as quarterly meetings with networking, professional development that you can share with your grantees, monthly resource emails, and a private Facebook group and listserv to support communication between meetings.

We invite you to check out the first meeting of the 2019-2020 program year on Tuesday, October 8, 8:30-10:00 am. Our host partner, The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis, will share how the museum creates memorable, extraordinary experiences that provide opportunities for life-long learning, and how fellow Partner Network members can do the same within their own organizations.

RSVP through this link and share with your grantees and nonprofit partners who might be interested in joining.

The strength of our collaborative is rooted in the Youth Partner Network’s dedication to advancing philanthropy throughout the state. There is an annual support fee to join this collaborative; learn more by visiting our webpage or reach out to Julie Markland at jmarkland@inphilanthropy.org. We hope you will join us.

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