The regional association "guest membership" program mutually extends member rates on programs to board members of grantmaking institutions that are members of one regional association but who live in an area served by a different regional association.
All Forum members and their members are eligible for a 20% discount off the only peer-reviewed journal of philanthropy - The Foundation Review - a product of The Dorothy A. Johnson Center for Philanthropy and Nonprofit Leadership at Grand Valley State University. The journal, written by and for foundation staff and boards, provides rigorous research and writing, presented in an accessible style. It will share evaluation results, tools and knowledge about the philanthropic sector in order to improve the practice of grantmaking, yielding greater impact and innovation.
The Forum offers philanthropy-serving organizations the opportunity to configure and maintain discussions lists (public and private) for and with their own members using Electric Embers.
Access easy-to-use audio/web/video conferencing at discounted rates for Forum members that can be extended to your members. Forum negotiated rates for our network that are 40% off their regular rate and even less than TechSoup!
Philanthropy-serving organizations and their members are eligible for $10 off a subscription to Stanford Social Innovation Review.
The Forum's listserv policy including general and legal guidelines, rules of etiquette, and how to instructions.
The Forum and Altum are excited to partner on a benefit to Forum members. Grantmakers of participating Forum member associations will be eligible to receive a 10% discount on an annual license to the grants management software, PhilanTrack.
Giving by Florida’s foundations reached a record-high $1.5 billion in 2013, increasing 15 percent from the previous year and 50 percent over a 10-year period, according to a new report by Florida Philanthropic Network, Florida’s statewide association of grantmakers. When adding in giving by individual Floridians, charitable giving in Florida totaled $16.3 billion.
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — With a declared State of Emergency in response to the terrorist attack in Orlando, Commissioner Adam H. Putnam announced that strengthened laws governing charitable organizations are now in effect in an effort to prevent unscrupulous individuals or organizations from taking advantage of this tragedy. Floridians looking to make donations should visit FreshFromFlorida.com, where they can research charitable organizations by using the department’s Gift Givers’ Guide.
Compilation of resources on disaster philanthropy and how our members are responding to Hurricane Mattew.