As the largest and most diverse network in American philanthropy, United Philanthropy Forum recognizes the importance of substantial engagement in the public policy process. Headquartered in Washington, D.C., we are strategically located to lead in public policy and advocacy, promoting a strong philanthropic sector and advocating for vibrant, equitable communities.
The Forum's policy work also strengthens relationships and partnerships between philanthropy and government. By leveraging the power of our broad network, the Forum:
- Serves as a leading and unified voice for the philanthropic sector;
- Impacts legislation, regulation, and public policy at the state and federal levels via strong advocacy and engagement strategies;
- Provides a platform and support for members’ participation in the public policy/advocacy process;
If you have any questions about the Forum’s public policy work, engagement with elected officials, or sector public policy resources, please contact Matthew L. Evans, the Forum’s Senior Director of Public Policy.