Disability & Philanthropy Forum is seeking an Administrative Associate to provide general clerical support such as scheduling, drafting communications, scheduling meetings, preparing detailed meeting notes and edited summaries, and serving as a point of contact for all team members.
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Save the date for the 2024 Forum Annual Conference in St. Louis, Missouri July 15-17.
Funders Concerned About AIDS (FCAA) is seeking a Research & Membership Engagement Associate to play an essential role in increasing the organization’s capacity for research and analysis in support of FCAA’s resource tracking efforts, while also working to improve outreach and engagement of current and prospective FCAA member organizations.
As he approaches his retirement in a few months, Forum President & CEO David Biemesderfer will be sharing some parting reflections about the Forum’s work in a series of blog posts. This is the first post in the series.
United Philanthropy Forum signed a joint letter to the leaders of the House and Senate, which notes the harmful impacts of government shutdowns and urges the continued funding of the federal government.
Join hundreds of your colleagues and friends as we gather in Kansas City for 3 days of community, learning, leadership — and fun!
Save the date for Virginia Funders Network's conference May 6-8th in Richmond, VA.
This year, we encourage all participants to join us in honor of Juneteenth as we celebrate with Black community leaders and organizations and reflect on what work we must do in philanthropy—as individuals and organizations—to be actively anti-racist.
Come hear from Unemployed Workers United’s Neidi Dominguez, TX Climate Jobs Project's Bo Delp, Warehouse Worker Resource Center's Sheheryar Kaoosji, and Teamsters Local 396's Victor Mineros, about the importance of investing in bringing digital and data tools and expertise into worker power organizing and what becomes possible for our movements when we are able to reach millions of people we aren’t yet talking to.
The Philanthropy + Policy Update by United Philanthropy Forum provides updates, analysis, and breaking news about public policy issues impacting the philanthropic sector and the communities we work with and in. This issue is for September 29, 2023.
Our first-ever Midwest conference will convene our diverse network to advance our inclusive power building at a time when challenges are highlighting the urgency of this work.
Further Together is Workforce Matters' signature national convening for grantmakers who support workforce development programs, policies, and systems.
This webinar will share two leading approaches to Native workforce development as well as an overview of the innovation movement that is emerging across the Native workforce development landscape.
This webinar will provide attendees with a broad overview of Native Nations and communities (“Indian Country”); how the self-determined development of the Native workforce advances overarching Native cultural, social, and economic imperatives; the role of philanthropy in supporting and scaling Native workforce development efforts; and how philanthropic organizations can develop partnerships with Native workforce development entities that expand and enhance the quality, accessibility, and cultural relevance of workforce development programs designed by and for Native people.
Join us for a virtual funder briefing on Tuesday, October 10th to learn more about a collaborative project to bring community based organizations, funders, and federal agencies together to coordinate the equitable implementation of federal infrastructure funding.
We are excited to announce that the 2023 GIH annual conference, Bold Results Through Courageous Action, will be held on June 4 – 6 in Portland, Oregon at Hyatt Regency Portland at the Oregon Convention Center. Every year, GIH brings together the bright minds, seasoned experts, and innovative practitioners working in health philanthropy today.
A collection of sample agendas, slides and recordings for orientation webinars or meetings by philanthropy-serving organizations for new members or new staff at existing members.
Listserv compilation about how PSOs are onboarding new members.
Join Alliant Retirement Consulting for a discussion on legislation affecting nonprofit retirement plans. Secure Act 2.0, passed in December 2022, enables the creation of 403(b) Pooled Employer Plans (PEPs) for nonprofit plan sponsors. Learn how PEPs can ease administrative burden and overhead cost for PSOs and their members.
The Philanthropy + Policy Update by United Philanthropy Forum provides updates, analysis, and breaking news about public policy issues impacting the philanthropic sector and the communities we serve. This issue is for September 15, 2023.