United Philanthropy Forum has issued a statement, signed on by a number of our members, to firmly reject the attacks on our democracy on January 6 and confirm our commitment to strengthen our country for the betterment of all people.
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Shuttle buses will be provided for FOTH attendees to and from the Hill. At the JW Marriott, shuttles will be parked at 1331 Pennsylvania Avenue which is accessible on the -1 level. On the Hill, shuttles will pick-up and drop-off at the Peace Monument Circle by the Capitol.
Shuttles will run on a continuous loop every 30 minutes between 9:00 am and 1:00 pm and every hour between 1:00 pm and 5:00 pm. A printed schedule is available at the registration desk.
Materials and resources related to understanding census data.
Materials created by the Democracy Funders Collaborative Census Subgroup
The Membership Peer Community on October 2, 2019 included discussions around hot topics raised by members of the network including value proposition statements, sustaining membership options, sponsorship opportunities, and more.
Join your peers at philanthropy-serving organizations for a discussion about members surveys. This program is restricted to Forum members.
The Changing Landscape of Philanthropy: What is the Role for Emerging Practitioners?
How are we rethinking philanthropy in an every changing society that is becoming more diverse? Diverse in the people involved, the way people give, and how philanthropy is set up. Discuss the trends, challenges and opportunities. What role will Emerging Practitioners have in this? Join us for this important conversation. Phil Buchanan, President & CEO of Center for Effective Philanthropy, will be joining us for the first part of our conversation and exchange. Phil has recently authored Giving Done Right, a practical guide to philanthropy at all levels of giving that seeks to educate and inspire.
These quarterly calls provide a space for emerging practitioners in philanthropy-serving organizations to exchange information and develop skills to further their careers in philanthropy. This program is restricted to Forum members.
In order to carry out our mission, the Forum recognizes the critical importance of substantial engagement in advocacy and public policy processes.
The Forum supports and advances the work of our members to strengthen and grow effective philanthropic practice through high-quality philanthropy education in two primary ways. First, we provide education for national and regional philanthropy-serving organizations (PSOs) to advance their important work in the sector. Second, we provide education that our members can deliver to their members and constituents to advance effective philanthropy.
Floorplans for the JW Marriott Washington DC - meeting location for 2023 Foundations on the Hill.
The Regional Association Characteristics Report is the result of an annual survey of all member regional associations. It allows you to compare your regional association to other regional associations across the country on a variety of topics such as...