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Join North Carolina Network of Grantmakers at its 2017 Annual Meeting.
Forum member Funders for LGBTQ Issues has awarded its second round of grants from the Out in the South Fund, providing more than $500,000 to build LGBTQ funds and funding collaboratives across the region in 2017.
In this session, we’ll hear about climate activism, philanthropy’s role in supporting climate media, and global threats to civil society.
The confusing language of Wall Street can make it challenging for both investment and non-investment professionals, foundation staff and trustees to make strong decisions about the foundation’s portfolio or even their own retirement plans. This program will pull back the curtain with an interactive primer on the different types of investments and why they perform the way they do. If terms like equity, ETF, capital call, or fixed income make your head spin, join us. No question is too basic!
Find out how philanthropy, nonprofit associations, and elected officials are uniquely positioned to collaborate and advance public policies related to substance and opioid use disorders.
Even with a professional investment advisor, foundations have a fiduciary duty to understand their portfolio and set the parameters of the investment approach. This program is for those seeking a deeper understanding of how to construct and evaluate a portfolio. It will cover how foundations should set goals for their portfolio, analysis of the 5% spending rule (and strategic use of tax carryforwards), how to calculate liquidity needs, understand performance calculations and reporting, and due diligence questions to ask.
Compiled responses from a listserv query initiated by Associated Grantmakers (AGM) on the reasons, process, rollout, costs, and lessons learned associated with the name change undertaken by nice Regional Associations.
During our call on January 21, Funders Together will share any relevant policy updates and priorities and any new information or resources we have about eviction prevention, rental assistance, or COVID-19 response.
Join us on October 13th for a look at the landscape of current research and examples of projects that funders are supporting across the country. We’ll highlight findings from the research, opportunities for philanthropy to take strong narratives and messaging and turn it into action, and how to address capacity needs to implement effective messaging for housing justice.
Join the funders-only convening Adancing Racial and Gender Equity Through the Tax Code on September 6, 2018 during the 2018 Prosperity Summit in Washington, DC.
In a guest post, Jen Bokoff, Director of Stakeholder Engagement at Candid, shares her experience of The Blanket Exercise that took participants on a historical journey of Indigenous people in America.
Letter led by Sen. Rounds (R-South Dakota) and joined by Sen. Cramer (R-North Dakota), urging the Trump Administration to continue the 2020 Census through Oct. 31.