United Philanthropy Forum offers several unique sponsorship opportunities for Forum events that bring together our membership of nearly 80 regional and national philanthropy-serving organizations (PSOs) representing more than 7,000 philanthropic organizations across the country.
Both our annual conference and our national policy events — PolicyWorks Institute and Foundations on the Hill — allow sponsors to reach key decision-makers with direct access and connections to the largest and broadest range of philanthropic organizations. Your sponsorship will demonstrate your support for their important work to set the agendas for philanthropy leaders, highlight best practices and new ideas for the field, lead change in the field, and much more.
The Forum’s 2020 Annual Conference, which is being held on July 20-22, 2020 in Seattle, is unlike any other event in the philanthropy sector. It is the only event that brings together people from all of the country’s philanthropy associations and networks—philanthropy-serving organizations (PSOs) that play a key role in advancing, informing and supporting the field. It will be the nation’s largest gathering of the CEOs and staff of regional and national organizations serving the philanthropy sector.
To find out more, read about our 2020 Annual Conference Sponsorship Package.
PolicyWorks Institute & Foundations on the Hill
United Philanthropy Forum offers several unique sponsorship opportunities in 2020 to show your support for the philanthropic sector and reach more than 300 philanthropy leaders from across the country. Sponsorships are available for two related events in Washington, DC:
- PolicyWorks Institute – March 8-9, 2020
- Foundations on the Hill – March 9-11, 2020
Foundations on the Hill
Foundations on the Hill (FOTH) brings together more than 300 philanthropy leaders from across the country for meetings with Congress about key issues of importance to philanthropy and the communities they serve. The event is the one time each year when philanthropy speaks with a strong, collective voice on Capitol Hill, which will be more critical than ever in 2020—particularly as tax reform 2.0 is developed and issues of civil society are debated. We need to ensure that Congress understands the value of philanthropy to our communities and our country, and stress the importance of doing all that we can to encourage more charitable giving to benefit our communities.
Presented by United Philanthropy Forum, the PolicyWorks Institute (PWI) is an annual opportunity for people working in advocacy and policy in the Forum’s network to come together to strengthen their policy muscles by learning together with their national philanthropy peers and experts in the field. The Institute will bring together 60-80 CEOs and policy staff working for regional and national philanthropy-serving organizations, along with their policy volunteer leaders working at philanthropy organizations.