Tyehimba Jess, Pulitzer Prize-winning poet, opened United Philanthropy Forum's 2019 Annual Conference in Cleveland on July 15 with excerpts from his award-winning work Olio.
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David Callahan, founder and editor of Inside Philanthropy, presented as a part of a breakfast plenary session at United Philanthropy Forum's 2019 Annual Conference in Cleveland on July 16, where he shared his thoughts on critical trends in philanthropy.
Dr. Jennifer Eberhardt, author of Biased, presented as a part of a breakfast plenary session at United Philanthropy Forum's 2019 Annual Conference in Cleveland on July 16. Dr. Eberhardt opened with a story about her son making a biased statement and she emphasized the different ways in which implicit bias can have an impact on our decision-making without us even knowing it.
Edgar Villanueva, author of Decolonizing Wealth, spoke about the role of philanthropy in today’s society as a part of a breakfast plenary session at United Philanthropy Forum's 2019 Annual Conference in Cleveland on July 16. Edgar emphasized the importance of understanding the dynamics and impact of colonization on our country and our field, and beginning the process of healing, if we are ever going to make philanthropy as effective, powerful and equitable as it has the potential to be.
Phil Buchanan, President of Center for Effective Philanthropy, is interviewed by Janine Lee, President & CEO of Southeastern Council of Foundations discussed Phil’s new book Giving Done Right for the breakfast plenary session at United Philanthropy Forum's 2019 Annual Conference in Cleveland on July 17. During the discussion, Phil emphasized his viewpoint about the PSO field in how we frame and also celebrate good philanthropy in an era when it is necessary to hold philanthropy accountable for its mistakes, foibles and inequity.
Ana Marie Argilagos, President and CEO of Hispanics in Philanthropy facilitates the closing conversation for lucheon plenary session at United Philanthropy Forum's 2019 Annual Conference in Cleveland on July 17 with LaTosha Brown, co-founder of the Black Voters Matter, and Vanita Gupta, President and CEO of Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights about the role of philanthropy in our democracy.
United Philanthropy Forum’s 2019 Compensation & Benefits for Philanthropy-Serving Organizations report provides comprehensive benchmarking data and analyses on regional and national PSOs’ employment practices, based on the responses of 58 PSOs. The full report is accessible to our members.
David Biemesderfer, President & CEO of United Philanthropy Forum, moderates a conversation on the power of PSO partnerships with a panel of philanthropy leaders to discuss the range of PSO partnerships possibilities for the luncheon plenary session at United Philanthropy Forum's 2019 Annual Conference in Cleveland on July 16.
The Forum has compiled a list of resources for relief efforts for Hurricane Dorian to support those who have been impacted. Please be sure to share the resources with your members to support the communities during these trying times.
Forum members engaged in a listserve discussion about remote employee stipends being distributed within their respective organizations for using their personal computer for organizational matters.
This spreadsheet provides the results of a Forum survey that asked PSOs to report their census activities and advocacy in preparation for the 2020 Census.
The Charitable Giving Coalition sent this letter to all members of the House Ways and Means Committee. The Charitable Giving Coalition (CGC), a coalition of associations representing thousands of charitable and faith-based organizations across the country, strongly supports the enactment of a universal charitable deduction.
Based on a survey of more than 250 community foundations that collectively hold more than 90 percent of the field's assets, the 2018 Columbus Survey report found that total community foundation assets increased 0.12 percent on a year-over-year basis, to $86.8 billion.
This brief and funding recommendations considers the implications of the 'public charge' rule and how philanthropy can mount an effective immediate and long-term response.
Charitable Giving Coalition one-pager with talking points on the Universal Charitable Deduction.
Leading a board, committee or community group is tough work. Keeping team members engaged, informed, and moving in the same direction is a must, but you can't overwhelm their inboxes or burden them with using complicated software. Cureo makes it easier with an affordable and easy-to-use engagement hub designed for nonprofits.
Census fact sheet created for the August 2019 Recess features background information, legislation information, and talking points.
UBIT fact sheet created for the August 2019 Recess features background information, legislation information, and talking points.
Charitable deduction fact sheet created for the August 2019 Recess features background information, legislation information, and talking points.
United Philanthropy Forum's 2019 August Recess Guide contains information for PSOs to make the most out of the August recess, including ideas for engaging members of Congress, meeting tips, talking points on key policy issues, and more.