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.
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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.
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.
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.
What is a private foundation and how is it different from a charitable nonprofit? What are the special tax rules that govern private foundations? What are the legal restrictions on what private foundations can do? Join Wayfind, an organization providing access to free business legal services for nonprofits and micro enterprises, along with lawyers from Perkins Coie and Davis Wright Tremaine for a skill building session that explores the legal ins and outs of private foundations in Washington State.
Many funders have been supporting net neutrality protections and open Internet principles for over a decade. This February the Federal Communications Commission voted to reclassify the Internet and stop states from banning municipal broadband networks. Join former FCC Chair Michael Copps and leaders from the Media Impact Funders and Quixote Foundation for a conversation on the changing landscape of media policy.
In recent years we've seen major progress on seemingly intractable social issues including juvenile justice reform and healthcare disparities among vulnerable populations. Strategic, coordinated media projects and campaigns are tipping the scales and helping to rapidly advance policy change across a wide-spectrum of issues. Join leaders from The California Endowment, Rasmuson Foundation and Media Impact Funders as they discuss communication strategies that are moving the needle, and how funders can incorporate lessons learned.
A new report led by Dr. Christopher Blodgett of Washington State University shows that the prevalence of adverse childhood experiences in a community can significantly impact the overall academic outcomes of children and youth. Join Philanthropy Northwest and Foundation for Healthy Generations for a rare, half-day briefing and discussion with the report's authors. We will explore the ramifications of the findings and discuss potential roles for the philanthropic community. This event is for funders only and is not open to the public.
UPDATE:We were able to find a larger space at the Pacific Tower to invite everyone who've expressed interest in attending. Email Shiho Fuyuki or call 206-535-2941 to register or if you have any questions.
Join Philanthropy Northwest, Mission Investors Exchange and The Russell Family Foundation for an engaging lunch conversation about impact investments, community engagement and social justice with Andrea Armeni, cofounder and executive director of Transform Finance.
Many believe that the current partisan tone in government is impeding progress on critical issues such as immigration, health, housing, financial reform, national security, energy and the economy. Philanthropy Northwest is pleased to welcome Senator Olympia Snowe and Jason Grumet, president of the Bipartisan Policy Center in Washington, DC, for a discussion on the causes and consequences of America's political divide and reforms that could help improve the overall process of political discourse, public policy and civic engagement.
SkillUp Washington would like to invite you to join them for a thoughtful Lunch and Learn from 12 to 1:30pm on July 15th. Jan Yoshiwara, Deputy Executive Director of Education from the State Board of Community and Technical Colleges, will be leading the discussion on the newly released Washington population and employment data for 2010-2030. She will be specifically discussing population trends, projections and implications for community and technical college participation.
Asian Americans/Pacific Islanders in Philanthropy (AAPIP), in partnership with Gates Asians in Philanthropy (GAP) and Out for Good, invite you to a community briefing and an open dialogue on the reality of AAPI LGBTQ communities.
A recent study commissioned by Women's Funding Alliance found that women ino ur region continue to face persistent inequities. Significant differences in earning power, educational attainment and occupational representation still exist between women and men in Washington and the Pacific Northwest. Women's Funding Alliance Executive Director Liz Vivian shares key findings from the report and opportunities to create and sustain equitable outcomes for women and girls.
Please join Philanthropy Northwest, in partnership with M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust, for an intimate conversation about our current economic environment and long-term management of endowments with Verne O. Sedlacek, former president and chief executive officer of Commonfund and current M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust visiting fellow.
Please join Philanthropy Northwest and the Wells Fargo Regional Foundation for a discussion on lessons learned in funding neighborhood revitalization and how those lessons may apply in Seattle.