One of the key findings from United Philanthropy Forum’s 2018 Racial Equity Scan of Philanthropy-Serving Organizations (PSOs) was that Forum members are eager to engage in peer learning, particularly around advancing racial equity in their organizations, with their members and through their programs. In order to advance this learning, and to support member organizations who are at different places on the continuum of equity skills and practice, the Forum is partnering with Change Elemental to create two Racial Equity Peer Learning Cohorts
Minnesota Council on Foundation's playbook for its members on its collaborative philanthropy model. It includes an overview of MCF’s collaborative philanthropy model; one-pagers about each component of the model; planning templates and guides for starting a network, working group or collaboration; other ways MCF can support peer learning and networking through program partnerships and a quick-start guide for its online community “The Hub.”
San Diego Grantmakers' Guide to Collaborative Philanthropy describes how they help their members efficiently and effectively form and sustain collaborations. It is based on best practices identified from published research as well as interviews with members, regional associations of grantmakers, foundations, and consultants across the nation.
This case study of the Council of Michigan Foundations' Peer Action Learning Network (PALN) is part of a report from New York University's Wagner Research Center for Leadership in Action. It explores the power of learning communities to build connections and knowledge to increase organizations’ community impact.
Join your fellow emerging practitioners peers at philanthropy-serving organizations roles for a round-robin call to share your latest successes, tackle problems, and provide insight.
Join us for a transparent conversation about the unique challenges faced by emerging practitioners in the PSO world. We strongly encourage you to attend if possible as this program will not be recorded.
Join us for this virtual event to learn more about your peers and discuss future plans that you have for the year.
This experiential learning workshop is designed to develop our skills to further our careers in philanthropy, gain insight into your passions, strengths, and expectations, and build adaptability and resiliency. This program is restricted to Forum members.
Join us for this virtual event where we get to know the “Who’s Who” of the Peer Community. Program is restricted to Forum members.
Join us to take a collective virtual pause to reflect on hosting virtual meetings as emerging practitioners. We’ll hear reflections and recommendations from Elyse Gordon at Philanthropy Northwest, and then discuss together what’s working, what’s not, and lessons we’ve learned along the way.