Join Philanthropy Northwest and partner organizations for the annual Nonprofit Legislative Reception at the Washington Governor's Mansion to mingle with elected officials, connect with peers from across the state and celebrate the contributions that nonprofit organizations make to our communities.
Join Neighborworks America for this special event hosted in conjunction with the Neighborworks America National Training Institute in Portland, Oregon:
Symposium Expanding Financial Opportunity: Catapulting Communities Forward
A Conversation at the Intersection of Racial Justice and Community Development: History + Community + Policy + Funding
Join Neighborworks America and the Fair Housing Council of Oregon for an intentional conversation about racial justice and community development.
Join NeighborWorks America Western Region and Oregon network organizations for:
Future Pathways Toward Tomorrow
Come get a “taste of Portland” featuring samples of area food and drink. We’ll also hear from futurists who will explore themes of innovation, interconnectedness, imperatives and impact.
Blue Mountain Community Foundation and Sherwood Trust invite you to join their third annual tour of the communities across the Walla Walla Valley from Milton-Freewater, Oregon to Dayton, Washington. Come dig into this part of our region from September 25-27, 2019 and see how our rural communities collaborate and innovate. The deadline for registration is August 26.
In partnership with Seattle University’s Project on Family Homelessness, we invite our members to join an exclusive gathering and conversation with Dr. Tiffany Manuel, a national expert on building inclusive communities. We encourage our members interested in and working on issues related to homelessness, affordable housing, and economic/community development to mark your calendars!
Rainier Valley Corps is hosting B.E.E.R. (Beverage to Enhance Equity in Relationships), which is a day where funders and nonprofits can get together to break down power dynamics one drink or doughnut at a time.
Cosponsored by United Way of King County, Medina Foundation, and Philanthropy Northwest.
Philanthropy Northwest is continuing our Racial Equity Speaker Series with Mehrsa Baradaran, author of The Color of Money: Black Banks and the Racial Wealth Gap. Join us to hear from her as she examins the fruits of past policies and the operation of banking in a segregated economy.
Join Philanthropy Northwest, other funders and community members for this conversation with James Forman Jr. In his memorable keynote, Forman shares his life journey as a child of a civil rights leader, a public defender, a founder of a charter school for incarcerated teens, and a law professor. He outlines America’s criminal justice crisis with both data and human stories. He leaves the audience inspired and armed with concrete ideas for how they themselves can contribute to change.