A listing of Forum member resources to benefit Ukraine.
United Philanthropy Forum is proud to be an originator with a group of our colleague philanthropy-serving organizations on a joint statement that calls on all funders to consider significantly increasing their grant spending during this time of crisis.
CF Insights, a service of Candid, is inviting all community foundations to participate in the FY 2019 Columbus Survey, which is now underway. Informed by Columbus Survey results, CF Insights conducts and supports research about the field and helps community foundations across the country gain knowledge to inform their own operations.
Please join us in congratulating Bill Corkill, Senior Vice President, Information Technology & Membership Systems at the Council of Michigan Foundations, for being welcomed into the 2020 class of Salesforce MVPs. Salesforce MVPs are recognized for their expertise, leadership, generosity and advocacy.
The Daily Record selected Celeste Amato, President and CEO of Forum member Maryland Philanthropy Network, to receive the 2020 Influential Marylander award.
Forum member Philanthropy New York has created a new statement of organizational values that reflect the work that it does and the community it creates.
Last month GIA launched a podcast series where it will discuss racial justice and racial equity with funders, lawyers, artists, arts administrators and other key players in the funding ecosystem speaking about mentorship, immigration, criminal justice, radical imaginaries and other topics to get a deeper understanding of how we can all be agents of change.
Forum board members Ronna Brown, President of Philanthropy New York, and Phil Li, President and CEO of Robert Sterling Clark Foundation, have made the Philanthropy Power 50 list! This list, which was compiled by City & State New York, ranks the 50 “most influential philanthropists in New York.” Congratulations, Ronna and Phil!
Northern California Grantmakers’ inaugural Rising Leaders Cohort launched in late January. Forum member Neighborhood Funders Group Communications Manager Shannon Lin is one of the 20 participants in the cohort.