This year’s theme is Transforming Rural Through Equity and Community. The 2020 conference will have all the great features of our in-person conferences, including keynotes by leaders in philanthropy, panel discussions with local and national perspectives, breakout discussions with your peers, networking opportunities and more. We are continuing our decade long-commitment of investing in local (businesses, nonprofits, artisans, musicians, etc.) with this year’s conference.
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During the webinar a policy researcher from Texans Care for Children and a bilingual educator from the impacted community will share lessons learned from the process of partnering.
Join the Disability & Philanthropy Forum and the National Network of Consultants to Grantmakers for a real-time tour of the new Disability & Philanthropy Forum website and learn more about the benefits of applying for free membership.
Given the significance that next gen donors will have on the philanthropic landscape in the decade ahead, the authors of Generation Impact, Sharna Goldseker and Michael Moody hoped their book would offer helpful insights from Gen Xers and Millennial donors themselves.
This webinar will examine the importance of feedback, how it can strengthen effective partnerships between grantmakers and their constituents, and how grantmakers and consultants to them can help make listening and responding to feedback the new norm.
Please join Economic Opportunity Funders, EITC Funders Network, Grantmakers Concerned with Immigrants and Refugees, and Closing the Women’s Wealth Gap for an interactive, virtual discussion of how charitable foundations are supporting policy and grassroots organizing strategies to increase equity in the tax code and explore learnings from concrete examples–especially for immigrant workers, education funding, and families with children–nationally and in states.
Join Fair Representation in Redistricting for a quarterly briefing to learn about nonpartisan redistricting efforts supported by the funder collaborative, which has a focus on equity issues.
This year’s theme is “Sustainable Community for All”. 2020 is a seminal year for communities across the United States. National elections, changing economic and environmental issues, Covid-19 realities, the peak phase of the transfer of wealth, equity and social justice concerns are just a few of the national headlines.
Join us for the Council on Foundations' 2020 virtual Public Policy Summit – where leaders from across the country will come together to learn from peers, top policy experts and government officials on how to address the sector’s most pressing policy issues.
Join GCIR and leaders from the field for a timely discussion as we release findings and recommendation for action from our recently-concluded national research project on secondary trauma.
Join us for a 3-part series on how to assess, identify, and mitigate vulnerabilities arising from so many people being forced to work remotely at a time when cybercrime is on the rise.
Forum Public Policy Update is a regular update for United Philanthropy Forum members covering public policy issues impacting the philanthropic sector.
One-pager for Census legislation introduced by Sen. Schatz (D-HI) and Murkowski (R-AK). The legislation would extend the current Census Deadline.
The Washington Regional Association of Grantmakers is seeking to hire an Associate of Membership & Communications who is responsible for coordinating the Washington Regional Association of Grantmakers’ (WRAG) membership experience strategies and execute the communications plan.
2020 Census Deadline Act Endorsement List
Washington Women’s Foundation is seeking to hire a President & Chief Executive Officer who is responsible for representing WaWF, to members, potential members, the community, and the broader philanthropic sector.
Philanthropy New York is seeking to hire a President who is responsible for leading the organization to achieve even greater levels of service to the philanthropic community.
CONNECTION: The 2020 Animal Grantmakers Virtual Conference will focus on bonding with colleagues old and new, sharing knowledge and ideas, and learning from experts (and artists, too!).
Human Rights Funders Network is seeking to hire a Global Communications and Philanthropic Advocacy Officer who is responsible for working closely with HRFN’s team at large, and manages HRFN’s work with communications partners and contractors.
SCG’s 2020 Annual Conference, Meeting the Movement, invites funders to embody adaptive and authentic leadership, to reimagine our role as stewards of resources and power, and to integrate community-based solutions for a better future.