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WCGN's 2018 Conference in Philadelphia

Changing the Face of Philanthropy

Engage with women empowered by collective giving grantmaking and its community results! 

October 21 - 23, 2018
the Logan, Philadelphia's Hotel

Member Rate $495
Non-Member $595
Full conference & Monday registrations sold out

Sunday & Tuesday options available

Hotel room rate of $199/night
At the nearby Embassy Suites by Hilton Philadelphia Center City.  Discounted rate applies to October 18-25.The Logan discounted rate is sold out- check HERE for cancellations.  Logan regular rate is available, click Here.

à la carte Registration Options 
Sunday & Tuesday, Monday is sold out

Conference Registration

Hotel Registration

Hotel Room Rate $199/night
Now Available at the nearby
Embassy Suites by Hilton Philadelphia Center City

The conference will begin mid afternoon Sunday, October 21 and end by noon on Tuesday, October 23. 

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Thank you to our host

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Presenting Sponsor

Speaker Lineup

Katherina M. Rosqueta founding executive director of the Center for High Impact Philanthropy
at the University of Pennsylvania

Liz Scott co-executive director of Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation

Jane Golden, executive director of Mural Arts Philadelphia

Mary Ellen Iskenderian, president and CEO of Women’s World Banking

Uneeka Jay, president of Rewrite 365

Marsha Levick, co-founder, deputy director and chief counsel of Juvenile Law Center

Marty Moss-Coane, host and executive producer of WHYY-FM’s Radio Times

Kristina L. Wahl, president of The Barra Foundation

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à la carte Registration Options

Sunday Night Speaker and Dinner
October 21 - $150

Monday Full Program and All Meals
October 22 - $275
Sold Out

Monday Night Speaker and Dinner
October 22 - $150 Sold Out

Tuesday Speaker, Spotlight Awards and Breakfast
October 23 - $100

Our Conference Headquarters

The Logan Philadelphia, a Curio Collection by Hilton, is a "chic Philadelphia hotel that captures the independent spirit and history of its proud city." The hotel is located in the heart of the cultural district of Philadelphia within an easy walk of The Barnes Foundation, the Philadelphia Museum of Art, The Rodin Museum , The Franklin Institute and other iconic sites. But there is much more at your doorstep - Independence Hall, the Liberty Bell, the brand new Museum of the American Revolution as well as Philadelphia's world renown restaurants, shopping, parks and other historical sites. Inside the Logan offers stylish accommodations, a spa, an indoor pool, large fitness center, a roof top lounge offering stunning views of the city and farm to table cuisine featuring local producers.

Hotel Reservations must be booked separately.  Be sure to make your reservations now!

Our room block at the Logan is completely sold out.
but room reservations can be still be made at the Logan at the regular rate. The conference rate is being honored at the 
Embassy Suites by Hilton Philadelphia Center City, across the street from the Logan.  Reservations here.

Come to Philadelphia early or stay late. Enjoy our nation’s first capitol. In addition to the Liberty Bell, the Rocky statue and cheesesteaks. Philadelphia boasts a spectacular food scene, exceptional art, history and science museums and the world champion Eagles.  Print our "What to Do" suggestions!  Join the Guided Art Tour, 2-hour walking tour with the Association for Public Art (aPA), details.

Be sure to check the Hotel's cancellation policy.

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