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
The Community Foundations of Montana Council invites you to celebrate the 100th birthday of the first community foundation with your colleagues this fall in Helena. This is your annual opportunity to network and learn with other community foundation leaders. This event is open to all local community foundation board members, staff, volunteers, and community partners.
Please join the Henry M. Jackson Foundation for an evening reception with political activist, David Burstein. As one of the bright new voices of the younger generation, David will offer an overview of the Millennials and how to engage them more in civic life
Please join Social Venture Partners in supporting the hard work of their 14 Fast Pitch finalists who will pitch their great ideas for good live at McCaw Hall! Finalists will pitch a panel of eminent judges and impact investors to win a portion of up to $250,000 of grants and investments.
Join Starbucks CEO, Philanthropy Northwest member and longtime veterans’ advocate Howard Schultz and National Book Award finalist Rajiv Chandrasekaran of The Washington Post as they share first hand about what they learned from visiting Joint Base Lewis-McChord and other bases to speak with veterans about the acts of uncommon valor on the battlefields in Iraq and Afghanistan, and of their vital contributions once they return home.
It is time to reflect, listen and learn at Seattle CityClub’s annual Year in Review. What did we predict at the beginning of 2014, and how have current events changed or stayed the course? What were the most concerning and inspiring moments of the year for our panelists? How were businesses, government and nonprofits partnering to address labor issues, police reform and other community needs?
Seattle CityClub’s Legislative Preview has been a signature Seattle event for over a decade. The luncheon forum features the top leadership from both sides of the aisle of the Washington State Legislature.
Join Ted Howard, co-founder and executive director of The Democracy Collaborative, to both learn about and discuss new ideas for utilizing local talents, capacities and institutions to rebuild local capital, economic vitality and community resilience.
Join the Global Donors Exchange (GDX) for a 3-part series that both examines the overhead myth and explores strategies for breaking the grantee starvation cycle in order to build a vibrant nonprofit sector.
Foraker Group CEO Dennis McMillian will brief business leaders on the nonprofit sector’s impact on Alaska's economy and what it means for the Puget Sound economy at Seattle Chamber of Commerce’s Alaska Business Forum.
Global Donors Exchange invites you to the second session in its Full Funding for Results series. This series explores new solutions to the challenges posed by the restricted/unrestricted funding paradigm, and to the traditional limits set on “overhead.”