The Council of Michigan Foundations shares this easily customizable template for a story on public-private partnerships based on CMF's Active Community Capital 25 year public-private partnership story completed this summer in Grand Rapids Michigan.
There are several ways to sponsor and partner with the Forum on the annual conference or throughout the year. The Forum of Regional Associations of Grantmakers is a dynamic national network of geographically organized associations of grantmakers.
This paper explores community democracy as a cultural choice and a potential organizing system for philanthropy using stories that demonstrate its principles and practices, primarily growing from the experience of northern California communities. This experience offers a framework of principles and a beginning set of conclusions about how philanthropy can develop productive partnerships from the perspective of a place-based, community democracy.
This online report highlights work by key nonprofit organizations working in Tribal communities throughout the Pacific Northwest. Published in 2012 by The Paul G. Allen Foundation.
Compiled responses from an early 2011 query regarding private-public partnerships.
In early 2011, Lindsey Greenberg of Gateway Center for Giving queried the Forum membership regarding private-public partnerships. The results below compile responses from regional association staff and Lindsey's own research.
Does collaboration have intrinsic value? Explore the potential and pitfalls of partnership for achieving foundation's goals through a case study analysis from the Wallace Foundation.
Help us celebrate the third annual Get a BEER* and Undo Nonprofit Power Dynamics Day (GBUNPD for short) on Thursday, June 21, 2018, this year’s Summer Solstice.
Funders' Committee for Civic Participation's February First Monday + Election Series Discussion will share insights and data points uncovered from FCCP's first State Funding Survey.
Check out the latest releases from around the nonprofit sector featuring items from The Center for Effective Philanthropy, Connecticut Council for Philanthropy, and Manhattan Institute.