Convenings 

Quarterly Member Meeting | January
Navigating the Legislative Landscape & Dialogues on Philanthropy

Thank you to all our members and constituents who joined us in person and virtually for our first quarterly meeting of 2024.  Our program covered two topics of interest, Navigating the Legislative Landscape and Dialogues on Philanthropy and your enthusiasm and engagement by asking questions provided all with the opportunity to dig deeper and learn more on each topic.

Special thanks to Ladrion Ammons, Senior Partner with Ten One Strategies for giving us insight on the legislative session now in progress, Chanda Roby with REAL Christian Foundation for helping us better understand the funding challenges your organization faces and ways we can help spread the word and support your mission, and Dr. Linda Southward for your tenured dedication and vision for the Children’s Foundation of Mississippi.  Also, thank you to the Mississippi Department of Rehabilitation Services for hosting our meeting again. Your staff and technical team are unmatched and we truly appreciate having your venue as an option and such wonderful people to help us coordinate all the parts and pieces involved. Save the date for our next meeting which will be our annual meeting Friday, April 12, 2024!

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