Join us for a Q&A about the Forum's Racial Equity Learning Cohort application.
Join your fellow CEOs of larger PSOs (organizations with annual budgets over $1.6 million) to network, learn and share with each other on how to be effective chief executives of vital leadership organizations in our field.
For most philanthropic institutions, a data-driven approach is non-optional. It’s the only way that funders can ensure that their investments are actually making progress in the areas where they are seeking to influence change. Presented by Submittable.
Join your peers at philanthropy-serving organizations who serve in member services roles for a round-robin call to share your latest successes, tackle problems, and provide insight.
This is a chance for Forum members to ask a nonprofit lawyer about any pressing legal questions you have. Your questions will be answered by Jeff Tenenbaum of the Tenenbaum Law Group.
Monthly PSO Advocacy Check-Ins feature comprehensive updates and analysis on legislative issues impacting the sector at the federal and state levels, as well as an open discussion on current policy hot topics, and timely tips on public policy best practices for PSOs and their members.
On Monday, September 26th, the Forum will host our second webinar in our series regarding the American Rescue Plan (ARPA) and why it’s such a critical tool for funders to support long-term community empowerment and equity.
Join your fellow CEOs of mid-sized PSOs (organizations with annual budgets between $600,000 and $1.6 million) to network, learn and share with each other on how to be effective chief executives of vital leadership organizations in our field.
Join your programming peers at philanthropy-serving organizations in sharing latest successes, tackle problems, and providing insights.
Join the Forum's District to D.C. Advocacy Network and the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities' State Priorities Partnership for a peer community special presentation.