Join Neighborhood Funders Group in St. Louis, MO on June 5-7, 2018 for their National Convening.
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Save the date for the GCIR 2020 National Convening, philanthropy's foremost conference on immigration, will take place March 11-13, 2020, in Atlanta, Georgia.
Save the date for GEO's 2022 National Conference in Chicago, IL.
The next Mission Investors Exchange (MIE) National Conference will take place on May 11-13, 2020, in Atlanta, Georgia. Mark your calendars, and stay tuned for updates in the coming months on Conference themes, registration, speakers, and much more!
We rely on our peers for fresh ideas and new ways of thinking about tough challenges. That’s why GEO’s 2020 National Conference is the perfect opportunity for grantmakers of all backgrounds to come together, explore the most relevant topics in the field and problem solve with like-minded peers.
The convening will explore national philanthropic trends and movement opportunities, how to resource and shift power to communities and grapple with timely issues in advance of the 2020 elections. It will be grounded in the exciting work happening in Washington, D.C. and the surrounding area.
Join Native Americans in Philanthropy's 12 Biennial Philanthropy Institute in Santa Ana Pueblo, New Mexico, June 13-15, 2018.
GEO's National Conference offers a great opportunity for grantmakers to come together to find more efficient and effective ways to grow their impact, make connections with their peers, hear fresh ideas, and ask questions related to shared challenges.
Join WINGS for their 2019 National & Regional Associations Meeting April 24th-26th in Kingston.
The National Conference offers timely and relevant educational content for staff, donors, and trustees at all levels of experience and serving all types of foundations (including community and family foundations) as well as individual donors, donor advised fund holders and managers, philanthropic service professionals, and thought leaders in the field of philanthropy.
Are you an.....
or community leader?
Are you looking to....
connect with other like-minded people
learn more about starting a community arts organization
launch your own nonprofit arts organization that inspires young people?
Are you interested in learning about how 826 does what it does?
Led by 826 National staff, the 101 Seminar is two days of engaging workshops and comprehensive presentations designed to help you build your own community organization.
You will learn about:
National Philanthropy-Serving Organizations (PSOs) have deep content knowledge in their specific areas of expertise, whether it is knowledge of a particular funding issue, population group or philanthropic practice. Like regional PSOs, these national groups also provide opportunities for grantmakers to network and learn and serve as a resource to the philanthropic community, policymakers, and the public.
This report from Grantmakers in the Arts discusses practices that arts funders have adopted which have inadvertently contributed to the chronic undercapitalization of the sector and suggests practices for the future.
Join Exponent Philanthropy in Philadelphia to gain knowledge, skills, and connections that will fuel your passions, foster relationships, and inform your giving and your impact.
NCFP’s National Forum on Family Philanthropy brings philanthropic families and leaders together for two and a half days of peer networking and thought-provoking conversations led by some of the greatest thought leaders in family giving.
The National Forum on Family Philanthropy brings philanthropic families and leadership staff of family foundations together for two and a half days of peer networking, thought provoking conversations led by the greatest thought leaders in family giving, and substantive, research-based education on the latest trends and issues impacting the family philanthropy field.