A true community of colleagues using public policy to advance philanthropy’s impact for the common good, the public policy peer community strives to uplift Forum members to be effective advocates and industrious government relations practitioners, on behalf of the sector. It is a place where members can foster ideas, share strategies and network with each other.
Join us for this virtual event to learn more about your peers and discuss future plans that you have for the year.
Here's a chance for more seasoned chief executives of Forum members (more than five years in your role) to connect, learn and share with your peers who are at a similar spot in their careers leading a philanthropy-serving organization.
Join this webinar to get a run down on how the Hill has been conducting virtual meetings, what's changed since last year, and how your FOTH Team can follow proper meeting protocol.
As we enter year three of the pandemic, many of us are continuing to feel overwhelmed, stressed, and disheartened. Let’s come together to share our recommendations for preventing burnout, creating balance in our personal and professional lives, and uplifting each other during this time.
Join your programming peers at philanthropy-serving organizations in sharing latest successes, tackle problems, and providing insights.
Join this webinar to learn about the key public policy issues and messaging being uplifted at this year's FOTH. This webinar is key to prepping for your meetings with Hill staff.
Here's a chance for newer chief executives of Forum members (less than two years in your role) to connect, learn and share with your peers who are at a similar spot in their careers leading a philanthropy-serving organization.
This kickoff webinar will provide a detailed overview of this year's Foundations on the Hill. Forum Policy and Advocacy Liaisons (PALs) and PSO policy staff are encouraged to attend.
What's new for PSOs in 2022? Join Forum members for a call to connect and look ahead to what is in store for the network in the new year. Discussion topics will include meeting/convening modalities, virtual offices, and more.