Sean Parnell, Vice President for Public Policy at Philanthropy Roundtable reflects back on the opening keynote with Titus Kaphar at the 2018 Forum Annual Conference.
As we release our scan of PSOs' current work and future needs to advance racial equity in philathropy, Forum President and CEO David Biemesderfer describes the Forum's racial equity work and highlights some of the key findings from the scan.
Our President and CEO David Biemesderfer reflects on the Trump administration's family-separation policy and how philanthropy should respond.
Our President and CEO David Biemesderfer discusses the need for philanthropy leaders to step up and speak out in response to the tax legislation which may have a negative impact on charitable giving.
Our President and CEO David Biemesderfer highlights a new national transfer of wealth study published by The Chronicle of Philanthropy with the Center for Rural Entrepreneurship/LOCUS Impact Investing and the opportunity for the charitable sector to increase philanthropy by focusing on the historic transfer of wealth taking place in our country right now.
This is a guest post by Kimberly Casey, Director of Member Networks at our member Forefront that originally appeared on our member National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy's blog about the role of regional philanthropy-serving organizations to support philanthropy tin incorporating equitable practices.
David Biemesderfer, President and CEO of United Philanthropy Forum, issued a statement after Commerce Secretary Ross approved the inclusion of an untested question on citizenship status in his 2020 census questions submission to Congress.
Forum President & CEO David Biemesderfer looks back at last week's Foundations on the Hill and how it is a part of the Forum's emerging policy strategy to create a fuller voice for philanthropy.
In the tradition of setting New Year’s resolutions, here are United Philanthropy Forum’s resolutions for 2018.
The final tax bill now being considered by Congress would cause significant harm to the charitable sector and those who charities primarily serve—low- and middle-income workers and families. United Philanthropy Forum urges lawmakers to vote No on the bill and start over.