- About The PPC
- Event Structure and Schedule
- Keynote Speakers
- Special Accomodations and MPC's Cancellation Policy
- Sponsorship Opportunities
- Buy your grantees tickets!
CENTERING EQUITY: SHIFTING POWER, BUILDING COMMUNITY
The Maine Philanthropy Center's popular biennial Philanthropy Partners Conference provides an important and rare opportunity for hundreds of funders and nonprofits working across Maine to speak frankly about common issues and current challenges. Through stories, experiences, discussion sessions, and relationship-building activities, attendees share successes, learn about new trends and tools, and build connections that can enrich their work.
|Funder Member Ticket||$170|
|Funder Non-Member Ticket||$260|
|Nonprofit/General Member Ticket||$125|
|Nonprofit/General Non-Member Ticket*||$210|
|Keynote Only Ticket||$35|
* Nonprofit/General rates can also be used by nonprofit consultants, government employees and community members. Professional services professionals (lawyers, financial representatives, etc.) who serve funders register at funder rates.
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Reduced Cost Tickets
Maine Philanthropy Center is committed to creating a financially accessible conference for all. To this end, we created a fund to partially or fully subsidize the cost of Nonprofit tickets. To access these funds, choose a reduced price ticket at registration. We hope that those who can pay full cost for their tickets will choose to do so. This will allow those that truly need the support to access it. Reduced price tickets will be made on a rolling basis until we run out of scholarship funds.
The 2021 PPC will be entirely virtual and include keynote remarks and breakout sessions that will provide participants with opportunities to explore key questions and issues related to equity, power, relationships, and action both as a large group and within smaller cohorts that promote interaction and dialogue.
The PPC Planning Committee is working to finalize the details of the day's schedule. A schedule overview is below and will be updated regularly.
We are thrilled to welcome three phenomenal speakers to this years Philanthropy Partners Conference: LaTosha Brown, Megan Ming Francis, and Shay Stewart-Bouley. Read more about their incredible experiences here.
We strive to host inclusive, accessible events that enable all individuals, including individuals with disabilities, to engage fully. To request an accommodation or for inquiries about accessibility, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 207-780-5039 as soon as possible to discuss your specific needs.
The Philanthropy Partners Conference is a truly unique experience that connects hundreds of individuals representing foundations, nonprofits, the business community, corporations, government entities, thought leaders, community members, consultants, and individual philanthropists to have timely and critical conversations about issues impacting Maine communities.
Your sponsorship makes these connections and conversations possible. In addition, sponsorship aligns your organization with a trusted, well-established, and thoughtful brand, and, in an increasingly distanced world, ensures MPC continues to be a positive force for connection, education, network building, and relationship facilitation. This year, we have developed many levels of sposorship to suit your needs. Visit the PDF below or contact email@example.com for more information.