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The annual in-person meeting of the Forum's Technology Platform Users Group will follow the Forum's Annual Conference on July 20-21.
Register to receive a special pass to stream the film for free during our extended screening window October 26th-27th, then join us for an interactive discussion about the intersection of the criminal justice system and employment on Tuesday, October 27th at 1:00 pm easter
To save time and money, more organizations are conducting trainings and meetings online, but most of us have not been taught how to run a successful “webinar.”
FRE has created an agenda for the only dedicated national conference for Sexual & Reproductive Health, Rights, and Justice (SRHRJ) grantmakers that: offers wide-ranging analysis of the current context to spark deep thinking and reflection about each attendee’s grantmaking, features panels of experts in our field discussing topics, and more.
United Philanthropy Forum connects a diverse network of more than 80 regional and national philanthropy-serving organizations (PSOs) to lead change and increase impact in philanthropy. We are the largest network serving philanthropy in America.
Whether you’ve never attended in the past – or you’ve been with us for 50 years – we hope to see you in 2020! We’ll take time to look back at our history and look forward to our future. Attendees of the conference will include trustees and staff members of foundations, corporations and corporate giving programs, tribes, institutions, government, or philanthropic entities that conduct grantmaking from across the state.
The Forum is honored to be a part of the grantee cohort of the Racial Equity in Philanthropy (REP) Fund to support our ongoing work over the next three years to be a leading connector, convener and collaborative partner for all PSOs to advance racial equity, diversity and inclusion in philanthropy.
Some organizations are beginning to create policies that increase underrepresented groups providing goods or services to their organization. Sample vendor diversity policies are available from philanthropy-serving organizations.
Greater Worcester Community Foundation is seeking to hire a Vice President of Philanthropy who is responsible for reporting directly to the President/CEO and, when appropriate, will stand in for her for events, public speaking engagements and more.
This webinar will ground funders in the immediate concerns facing immigrant and refugee communities; provide early analyses of the policy and political landscape including the new Congress; and offer a preview of plans to protect due process and fundamental rights at the local, state, and federal level.
Funders from many different areas are increasingly funding at the intersection of climate, health, and equity—even if they don’t describe their work in these terms:
In light of what is happening in communities all across our country right now, the Forum is changing our regularly scheduled member check-in call on COVID-19 to be a call where members can have space to share and discuss the current work of PSOs to respond, and help their members respond, to the growing calls for racial justice and justice reform.