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Resources from a pre-conference session at the 2019 Forum Annual Conference that was moderated by The Giving Practice and featured Lucy Bernholz of Stanford University’s Center on Philanthropy and Civil Society who discussed thinking about the future of their work and how leadership can or should change. A few PSO leaders shared challenges that they faced and solutions that discovered to combat that challenge, do deep-dives into understanding and discussing how PSOs can be effective partners to maximize impact.
Speadsheet and contact information for members of the Senate Finance Committee and House Ways and Means Committee in the 117th Congress.
From the rise of solar power to pipeline resistance, industrial livestock impacts to coal mining transitions, transgender rights to the toppling of monuments, and the growing debate about the use of wood pellets from southern forests as a clean energy source, the South is at the intersection of environmental challenges, progressive activism and conservative traditions.
At United Philanthropy Forum’s 2019 Annual Conference we released a new DIY guide to help PSOs develop effective business models. Created by The Giving Practice, in partnership with the Forum and Northern California Grantmakers, “Learning to Ride the Wave: Adaptive Business Modeling for Philanthropy-Serving Organizations” offers practical tips, tools and practices to help ensure that PSOs are managing the “business” side of their organizations as effectively as possible to advance their missions.
Join Minnesota Council on Foundations for their annual conference in Brooklyn Park, MN on January 17-18, 2019.
Join Southern California Grantmakers for the 2018 Annual Conference, September 17, 2018, in Los Angeles, CA.