Registration Now Open for TAGreconnect

Jul 20, 2021

The Technology Association of Grantmakers (TAG) has opened registration for its micro-conference series,  TAGreconnect. The series will take place in five regional hub locations across the United States: Washington, D.C., Austin, Chicago, San Francisco, and New York City. Designed to foster knowledge exchange, network-building, and trendspotting, this innovative series is a one-day learning format hosted in partnership with foundation members, vendor sponsors, and local businesses. 

Ready to Reconnect

Though the pivot to virtual conferences in 2020 was an understandable departure from the traditional forms of convening, TAGreconnect is a custom-crafted response to its membership’s request for in-person knowledge exchange and network-building. For the first time since 2019, TAG members in the domestic U.S. are excited to be reconnecting in person. Current TAG members will meet with regional peers for a day of learning, insight, and meaningful connection. Each day includes a peer learning session, a future-focused panel, lunch, and opportunities for network-building. 

With participants’ health and safety in mind, registration is extremely limited as each event is designed for 30-40 attendees.

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TAGreconnect Sponsors

TAGreconnect is made possible through the devoted partnership and generous support of the following sponsors, each of whom have personally worked with TAG to make this event the reconnection that the #philanthropytech community needs.

Our Flagship Sponsors


Our Social Sponsor


Our Supporting Sponsors

exponent partners
Imagine CRM


Chantal E. Forster 
Executive Director

Events Partner: AK Consulting Group


About the Technology Association of Grantmakers

TAG is a 501(c)(3) non-profit membership organization that promotes the strategic, innovative, and equitable use of technology in philanthropy to solve problems and improve lives. With over 2000 members in 300 foundations throughout North America and beyond, TAG is the voice of technology in the philanthropic sector, providing technology professionals, tech funders, and “accidental techies” with knowledge, networks, mentoring, and educational opportunities.

Since 2008, the Technology Association of Grantmakers (TAG) has built a global community, conducted groundbreaking research, and become an advocate for investment in tech infrastructure throughout the charitable sector. For more information, visit