Northern Light Health has an opening for the Director of Planned Giving role which is responsible for all planned giving strategies throughout the system. This position is responsible for the development and monitoring of system planned giving policies, marketing efforts and fundraising strategies to enhance and grow the philanthropic base of support at each member organization supported by the Foundation.
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PEAK Grantmaking has an opening for the Communications and Marketing Director role which is responsible for guiding the organization’s outreach to its members, profession, and larger field of philanthropy. This outreach includes PEAK Grantmaking’s website, marketing materials, presentations, products, articles/publications, social media, and branding.
A template to analyze board diversity by grantmaker age, gender, race, type, category, and region.
A Racial Equity Impact Assessment (REIA) is a systematic examination of how different racial and ethnic groups will likely be affected by a proposed action or decision.
Emboldened by the youth of Standing Rock, in June 2017, the Schott Foundation for Public Education and Native Americans in Philanthropy hosted Native American leaders and funders to discuss how to support Native youth in bigger and bolder ways. As a group, these leaders grappled with such questions as: What is the responsibility of those working with Native youth during this critical time? What is the role of philanthropy in this work? What did we learn from Standing Rock as it relates to youth leadership, health and education?
In the Spring 2015 issue of National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy's quarterly journal, Crystal Echo Hawk, President & CEO of Echo Hawk Consulting, writes about the existence of implicit bias against Native Americans in philanthropy.
These guides are designed to help foundations consider how more diverse and inclusive practices might advance their mission by making their work more effective and more reflective of communities served. By highlighting 10 ways foundations can approach diversity, this guide seeks to spark ideas and launch further dialogue.
Truth, Racial Healing & Transformation (TRHT) is a comprehensive, national and community-based process to plan for and bring about transformational and sustainable change, and to address the historic and contemporary effects of racism.
The Truth and Healing Movement is a core part of the Native Americans in Philanthropy's Movement of Movements work, and centers on an educational and transformational exercise called The Blanket Exercise, a “unique, participatory history lesson – developed in collaboration with Indigenous elders, knowledge keepers and educators – that fosters truth, understanding, respect and reconciliation among Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples.”
On November 9, 2015, john a. powell of the Haas Institute for a Fair and Inclusive Society and Jeanné Isler, Field Director at the National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy presented at Philanthropy New York to explore the question - how does implicit bias influence the effectiveness of our philanthropy?
Philanthropy-serving organizations and their members are eligible for $10 off a subscription to Stanford Social Innovation Review.
A subscription discount is available to regional associations for the purchase of Foundation Directory Online Professional.
Through special arrangements with Bromelkamp Company, we offer discounts for Forum members and their members on Bromelkamp Company’s Akoya.net and Pearl products.
Association of Baltimore Area Grantmakers has an opening for the Membership Engagement and Policy Manger role which is responsible for developing, maintaining, and deepening individual relationships with current and prospective members through individual engagement.
This membership guide will help you make the most of your membership and become a part of our network of regional and national philanthropy-serving organizations.
As the KM Partners transitioned from proprietary, outmoded systems to the new Drupal-Salesforce platform, we conducted a thorough discovery and vendor selection process. The documents resulting from that process are presented here for historical reference.
Strategic planning can help philanthropy-serving organizations meet the current and future needs of the foundations they serve. Yet to be successful, a strategic plan must provide concrete goals and realistic deadlines for meeting them.