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Attending our 2020 Forum Virtual Conference? Join this session to learn how to utilize our conference platform, powered by Swapcard.
Join EOF this fall at the Ford Foundation Center for Social Justice in New York to explore the transformation of work, workers and social supports with an equity lens.
Join PEAK Grantmaking for a webinar on owning and asserting your individual power in order to fully contribute to your organization's impact on January 30, 2018 at 2 PM ET.
Join Grantmakers for Effective Organizations, Arizona Grantmakers Forum, and Philanthropy Southwest for the Grantee Inclusion Workshop December 5-7, 2017 in Phoenix, AZ.
Join us for Community Foundation Basics presented in partnership with the Indiana Philanthropy Alliance July 22-24. This virtual meeting will include eight modules presented over three days by expert practitioners in the field and is open to SECF member and nonmember Community Foundations. The modules include:
The two-day Community Foundation Boot Camp program offers a comprehensive overview of the structure and operations of a community foundation.
This webinar will feature state practitioners who will share how COVID-19 and the Census Bureau’s adjusted operational timeline are impacting 2020 Census outreach.
A prep call for delegation captains before Foundations on the Hill 2016.
A guest post from Kalisha Bass of Arizona Grantmakers Forum on her leadership lessons from the 2018 Forum Annual Conference and she suggests two-thought-provoking leadershp exercises.
United Philanthropy Forum connects a diverse network of more than 90 regional and national philanthropy-serving organizations (PSOs) to lead change and increase impact in philanthropy. We are the largest network serving philanthropy in America.
This webinar will spotlight and analyze the intersections of Indigenous and migrant farmworker experiences and forms of organizing during COVID-19 and its impact on livelihoods and identities. Indigenous Peoples are heavily represented among migrant farmworkers in the United States, and they are highly impacted by COVID-19.
The 5-year Equitable Evaluation Initiative seeks to shift the evaluation paradigm so that it becomes a tool for and of equity for those that have placed equity as core to their work.
Over the next five years (2019-2023), it intends to build an infrastructure that supports and advances:
Join the United Philanthropy Forum team and other experts in the Forum network for an update on the national policy scene.
The CEO Summit is a rare opportunity for the chief executives of both regional philanthropy-serving organizations (i.e. regional associations) and national philanthropy-serving organizations (i.e. national affinity groups) to come together with your peers for a full day of learning, sharing and reflection.
About Remote Learning Series
This highly-interactive, six-session online learning series gives GEO members the opportunity to learn from peers about grantmaking approaches and practices that nonprofits say contribute most to their success, covering topics such as Community-Driven Philanthropy, Collaboration, Capacity Building and Learning and Evaluation.
By participating in this series you will:
CFLeads 2017 Fall Forum is an invitation-only event.