As we enter into the fall, Philanthropy Partners of the Cape and Islands understands that there is still a lot of uncertainty and challenges that we are facing. This is typically the time of year where we start to gear up for our flagship event in November, Philanthropy Day. Due to the current climate related to COVID-19, we will be unable to host this event as we normally do, but we are looking forward to a number of ways that we will recognize Philanthropy Month this November.
You’ll be getting more information soon about out Philanthropy month activities that include:
· Cape Cod Random Acts of Kindness
· Philanthropy Day Morning Networking Event on November 10th
· A video series by the Cape Cod Community Media Center highlighting the hard work of our local non-profits on the Cape and Islands
· We also are still welcoming nominations for both our Ann Kanaga Professional Development Scholarship and, our Distinguished Service to Philanthropy Awards. While we are not presenting awards this year, we are taking rolling and updated nominations for consideration in 2021 and beyond.
While we are disappointed that we won’t be able to gather as a community to celebrate all the good work our organizations are doing, we look forward to your active participation with us this November. We know that the last few months have not been easy on everyone, and we want you to know that the PPCI board and committees will continue to do all that we can to assist our non-profit community.
We look forward to sharing more news soon about the upcoming Philanthropy Month! In the meanwhile, please know that we are a volunteer-run organization that is sustained through the support of our local community. Please visit our website to learn more about Membership Opportunities and Sponsorship Opportunities.
The Philanthropy Partners of the Cape and Islands Board of Directors
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