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This funders discussion is open only to Philanthropy Northwest members
Please join representatives from The Seattle Foundation, Philanthropy Northwest and SVP Seattle for an honest conversation about the challenges of building an internal culture of diversity, equity and inclusion.
Philanthropy Northwest is proud to be a presenting sponsor with the Nonprofit Association of Oregon, GRANTMAKERS of Oregon and Southwest Washington and Washington Nonprofits for the Oregon Nonprofit Forum featuring Diana Aviv of the Independent Sector.
SkillUp Washington and The Aspen Institute present Zeynep Ton, MIT Sloan School professor and author of the Good Jobs Strategy, to discuss her findings on business and employment practices that create successful enterprises and a strong workforce at Town Hall, June 13, 3:30 -6:30
Philanthropy Northwest member briefing presented by Enterprise Community Partners, Meyer Memorial Trust, The Seattle Foundation and Building Changes. Funders will discuss their work on housing and Cook Inlet Housing Authority will share current affordable housing trends for families in Alaska, including Alaska Natives.
Tune in to the Annie E. Casey Foundation’s next Community Matters webinar as we continue exploring the complex issues surrounding community change — and the lessons we and others have learned from our work in communities throughout the country.
Investor's Circle hosts a day-long impact investing event on July 31. They will be showcasing 12-15 innovative companies that are solving a social and/or environmental challenge. The line-up will include rapidly scaling, early stage, positive impact companies. Deal debrief and due diligence begins onsite.
Philanthropy Northwest members are invited to join a special funder briefing, Fundraising: The Biggest Challenge in Capacity Building, on Thursday August 7th that will discuss the fundraising potential through the merger of two Washington state professional development organizations advancing fundraising. Andrew Watt, CEO of the International Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP) will join the conversation.
Philanthropy Northwest members are invited to join a special funders briefing, Fundraising: The Biggest Challenge in Capacity Building, on Thursday August 7th that will discuss the potential impact on nonprofit capacity through the merger of two Washington state professional development organizations advancing fundraising. Andrew Watt, CEO of the International Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP) will join the conversation.
Building public and civic health, or a strong non-profit, requires long-term investment, but philanthropic gifts are often short-term and outcome-specific. Be part of the conversation as we discuss how to address this tension and explore how philanthropists, government and non-profit organizations can work together to encourage systemic and sustainable community development.
Learn about emerging needs in Oso and best practices for disaster response from key players who are leading the recovery and funding efforts in Snohomish County. We will also explore real needs and opportunities for creating community relationships, strategies and grantee action plans around disaster philanthropy within their own foundations in an interactive group planning and learning session immediately following the panel.
Foundation for Healthy Generations (formerly Comprehensive Health Education Foundation) will be celebrating 40 years of advancing health through education. We will be celebrating by bringing together local and national leaders, researchers and policymakers working at the leading edge of their fields towards transforming the community conditions for health.
Join us September 23 + 24 for the Idaho Nonprofit Center’s Annual Conference. We will connect, create and collaborate across Idaho’s geography and organizations to further strengthen nonprofits and our communities.
Funders can play a unique role in Collective Impact, an approach that uses long-term and cross-sector collaboration to mitigate complex issues such as health, education, homelessness, community safety and poverty.