United Philanthropy Forum officially takes a position on legislation related to our new public policy principles, with our support for the John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act.
This call is an opportunity for Forum members to share new ideas about how to approach PSO work and conversations that deepen our understanding of how PSOs and the Forum network can lead change and increase impact in philanthropy.
United Philanthropy Forum is excited to welcome three philanthropy leaders from across the country to our Board of Directors, as elected by the Forum’s membership.
United Philanthropy Forum is pleased to be partnering with Marga Inc. to offer four Forum members an opportunity to engage some of their foundation members in a pilot Racial Equity Learning Exchange Series.
United Philanthropy Forum is incredibly pleased to receive a $3 million gift from philanthropists MacKenzie Scott and Dan Jewett. The announcement was made on June 15 via a blog post by Scott with the headline, “286 Teams Empowering Voices the World Needs to Hear.”
United Philanthropy Forum and The Campaign for Grade-Level Reading (CGLR) have joined in partnership to combat the long-term consequences of pandemic-precipitated learning loss facing children of economically challenged families, fragile families and those who are marginalized.
In January, United Philanthropy Forum’s board of directors welcomed a new slate of officers to help guide the organization over the next 18 months:
- Chair: Amanda Misiko Andere, CEO, Funders Together to End Homelessness
United Philanthropy Forum’s “Journey Toward Racial Equity” report examines Philanthropy-Serving Organizations’ (PSOs) current internal work and external programming to advance racial equity. The report represents the latest in an effort by PSOs to advance philanthropic practice and impact by centering racial equity.
United Philanthropy Forum has issued a statement, signed on by a number of our members, to firmly reject the attacks on our democracy on January 6 and confirm our commitment to strengthen our country for the betterment of all people.
We strongly condemn the actions of the terrorists and white supremacists who committed acts of sedition by brazenly attacking the seat of American government and democracy, the United States Capitol in Washington, D.C.