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Sample regional and national philanthropy-serving organization job descriptions for presidents, CEOs, and executive directors.
Many philanthropy-serving organizations are tracking and reporting how they are engaging with their members over time. Some have built internal profiles for members while others have created engagement scores.
This guide was developed by a joint working group of the Council on Foundations and the European Foundation Centre. It identifies eight principles of good disaster grantmaking and offers a number of tips to help grantmakers address disasters more effectively, including facts and figures about recent major disasters around the world and a list of useful disaster information websites.
Resources developed by the Charitable Giving Coalition, the Forum, Council on Foundations, and regional philanthropy networks around protecting the Charitable Deduction. These include FAQs, infographics, talking points, position statements, op-eds, and other sample articles.
The COVID-19 crisis has created a moment of hyper-uncertainty for social sector organizations. No one knows how the future will unfold, but the tools of scenario planning can help social sector leaders better prepare their organizations for the different, possible futures that may unfold.
From the National League of CIties, this action guide provides local leaders with objective information about and resources to prepare for the upcoming 2020 Census.
- Essentials of Creating Best-in-Class Corporate Community Involvement Programs Sponsored by Changing Our World
- Dealing With Difficult Employees (While Keeping Your Sanity) Sponsored by HR Strategy Group
- Organizing around a Shared Result: How Regional Associations Can Support Collective Action on Grade-Level Reading ...
This case study of the Council of Michigan Foundations' Peer Action Learning Network (PALN) is part of a report from New York University's Wagner Research Center for Leadership in Action. It explores the power of learning communities to build connections and knowledge to increase organizations’ community impact.
A collection of sample welcome letters or packets sent by philanthropy-serving organizations to new members or new staff at existing members.