Pennsylvania 6, 114 S. 12th St. Photo via pennsylvania6philly.com
Generocity has a few questions for you.
- What hasn’t worked in local social impact that we can learn from?
- Who are the “must know” connectors in local philanthropy, social enterprise and impact?
- Who or what isn’t getting enough coverage?
- What are some of your favorite local impact models, balancing revenue and mission?
On Thursday, Nov. 19, the new Generocity editorial team is hosting the second of our monthly happy hours that we hope will serve as essential networking and brainstorming events for the social impact community in Philadelphia.
Future meetups will feature programming such as local leaders speaking on panels about what they do and how they work. But this one is meant to be less formal. We hope that you’ll come with your own burning questions about the biggest challenges faced in your line of work. We’ll take notes, and then we’ll start looking for the answers. This is your chance to shape our editorial direction.
The questions listed above are just a starting point; no topic is off-limits. Let’s start digging deep into what works and what we can learn from to drive Philly’s impact scene forward.
WHO: Editor Julie Zeglen, lead reporter Tony Abraham, you, dozens of social impact professionals
WHEN: Thursday, Nov. 17, 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.
WHERE: Pennsylvania 6, 114 S. 12th St.
WHY: Networking, socializing, asking questions, laying the groundwork for social change via solutions-based journalism
See you there!-30-
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