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Moderated by CEP’s Grace Chiang Nicolette, this conversation will take stock of where philanthropy is and where it needs to be to ensure that all communities of color can reach their full potential.
Hear from funder colleagues on how they are responding to the call for action to build real power for Black communities and demand bold systems and institutional change in civic engagement, criminal justice, employment and social supports. Examples of collective action, individual foundation initiatives and centering grantmaking in racial equity will be shared.
We kick the series off with Building Your Consulting Practice: Diverse Perspectives from Philanthropy Consultants. Whether you are just setting up shop or are thinking about how to expand your clientele, these virtual sessions can help you along the way.
This kickoff session is for all Users Group attendees and will include the following components.
Welcome and Housekeeping: Join us for a hearty welcome to and logistical rundown of the 2020 Virtual KM Users Group!
Icebreaker: Get to know your peers in the KM Collaborative. Just wait to see what icebreakers we have up our sleeves.
Highlights of the Year: Hear what YOU, the KM Collaborative, and the Knowledge Services team have accomplished this year.
What does resilience look like personally, organizationally, and in communities as we navigate through this crisis? Recently, philanthropy and other sectors have begun to think about how we can reimagine our systems post-COVID-19. How can we use this disruption to transform how we live and work, reorganize institutions, and create more equitable communities?
Join us to learn about quick wins and successful strategies for protecting your organization and your nonprofit partners. We will discuss the role of leadership in managing risk, incident response, and how to ensure your foundation and your nonprofit partners can function well in this new reality.
This discussion is an opportunity for you to share what your organization is doing and learn about collaborative efforts from your peers.
Given the Forum’s commitment through support from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation to focus on building the investment of philanthropy in rural communities across America as part of an overarching equity agenda, we will explore what this means for public policy.
Join PEAK Grantmaking's Minnesota Regional Chapter for a workshop on values-based grantmaking on February 14, 2018.
A guest post from Kalisha Bass, Arizona Grantmakers Forum about her experience at the our recent annual conference in San Francisco.
This guide to provides you with information on the complex humanitarian emergency as well as offer ideas on how to effectively allocate your philanthropic dollars.
We’ll kick off the conference by hearing from Jamie Merisotis, a globally recognized leader in philanthropy, higher education and public policy.
Breakout Session: Diversifying Revenue...Growing Margin and Mission Through Earned Income Business Planning
Wednesday, July 30, 10:45am - 12:15pm
This conversation will highlight members’ work with state and federal regulators, like state attorneys general or federal government agency officials. How can PSOs influence public policy via the regulatory process? The impact of building relationships as a partner or resource when regulations are being considered will be examined.
United Philanthropy Forum held a three-day conference where dynamics speakers discussed pressing topics ranging from the state of philanthropy to the important history behind family photos.
Join us for a tactical conversation on how to make your community a better place to live through investments in programs and partnerships that promote healthy lifestyles.
Join your communications peers at philanthropy-serving organizations for a round-robin call to share your latest successes, tackle problems, and provide insight. This program is restricted to Forum members.
This December 2017 edition of the Forum Policy Playbook focuses on the upcoming 2018 PolicyWorks Institute and Foundations on the Hill schedule for March 11-14 in Washington, DC. We look at why you and your members should attend; what you need to know to encourage your member’s engagement and your PSO team’s involvement; provide tips on how to organize and plan; and offer Forum member resources to help guide your efforts.
San Diego Grantmakers' Guide to Collaborative Philanthropy describes how they help their members efficiently and effectively form and sustain collaborations. It is based on best practices identified from published research as well as interviews with members, regional associations of grantmakers, foundations, and consultants across the nation.