Ever wonder what you're fellow regional association staff are thinking about right now? We can't read minds, but a quick look at our site's analytics reveals the top ten resources accessed most frequently resources by regional association staff across the last month.
In this interview, Katy Moore, Director of Member Services for Washington Regional Association of Grantmakers, discusses the launch of WRAG's new website on the Forum's Drupal-Salesforce platform, the success of their Institute for Corporate Social Responsibility, and what's on the horizon for WRAG's member programming.
The latest issue of the Nonprofit Times features an article on how regional associations are working with affinity groups within their memberships.
In this interview, Charlotte Anheier, Online Community Manager for Southern California Grantmakers, discusses the launch of SCG's new website on the Forum's Drupal-Salesforce platform, the support she receives from her peers, and what's coming next in Southern California's technology and communications plans.
For more than two decades, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s Local Funding Partnerships (LFP) program has created partnerships with local and regional funders and organizations in communities across the country to address critical health and health care issues. I've served as LFP’s program officer for the past 14 years, and work closely with LFP’s National Program Director Polly Seitz, former chair of the Council of New Jersey Grantmakers and a past Forum board member.
A highlight of recent activity from the 14 regional associations currently blogging.
GEO's newest publication sets out to crack the code behind the network mystique.
Vicki Rosenberg, formerly of the Council of Michigan Foundations and now of Vicki Rosenberg & Associates recently posted an account of CMF's diversity efforts and the evolution of the D5 Coalition on BoardSource's blog.
Forum Board Chair and Council of New Jersey Grantmakers President Nina Stack has a new post up at the Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation's blog in which she addresses the need for philanthropy to engage legislators on public policy issues impacting the sector.
10 Questions or Less is a feature through which we get to know regional association staff members a little better—their work, what drives them, and more. This week we talk with Joanne Kelley, Executive Director of the Colorado Association of Funders.