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Philanthropy Northwest members are invited to a special webinar on Monday June 16, 2014 about the current intersection of state-level policy, philanthropy and early childhood education.
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.
Philanthropy Northwest members are invited to a webinar exploring ways to advance the charitable tax extenders package through the Senate - even during the Congressional August recess. This is a free, public event presented by Independent Sector; registration is required.
The U.S. Department of Education's next quarterly conference call with Secretary of Education Arne Duncan is scheduled for Wednesday, October 1 at 3pm ET/ 12pm PT. This call, intended for leaders from the foundation and corporate sector, will focus on education priorities for this school year.
The CDC estimates that the number of Ebola cases could reach 1.4 million within just four months, in a worst-case scenario. It is a potential catastrophe of stunning proportions - but it is also a disease outbreak that can be contained with swift, coordinated international coordination among governments, NGOs and communities. What can and should Americans be doing to prepare for and to address the implications of this crisis? How will current funding be used, and what are the funding gaps?
Explore the significance and history of Indian child welfare. The context for the establishment of the Indian Child Welfare Act, how it is implemented (and in some cases isn’t) and highlights of successful grantmaking efforts will be shared.
Family foundations and family offices are increasingly turning to mission (more broadly known as impact) investing strategies as a key tool for aligning investments and operations with their mission and objectives. How can you engage your board in a thoughtful conversation about the options and added benefits of the mission investing approach? What are some of the best ways to get started with mission investing, and how do family foundations, especially those with limited staff capacity, manage these new strategies to better leverage their philanthropic assets and mission? Join us for a discussion with a leader from Mission Investors Exchange and family foundations who have become active impact investors.
Explore tribal sovereignty and governance systems and how as a funder you can work in partnership. Examples of active tribal/philanthropic partnerships along with steps it took to build them will be shared.
Join RA staff and members to hear from the Council on Foundations about a recent survey from the Urban Institute on Donor Advised Funds (DAFs) managed by community foundations. The survey results will help provide a full picture on the importance of DAFs to communities nationwide and will help to address the questions that lawmakers often have about DAFs. This webinar is open to both RA staff and members.
Highlights of opportunities and strategies for economic development in Indian Country. Through an examination of the human, economic and cultural capital along with existing barriers to success, this session will provide considerations for increasing your return on investments.
The Forum of Regional Associations of Grantmakers is pleased to co-sponsor a new webinar series in partnership with the D5 Coalition, a five-year effort to advance philanthropy’s diversity, equity and inclusiveness. In this session, Philanthropy Northwest will share its findings from a research study that explored the complex factors and opportunities that foundation leaders navigate to advance diversity, equity and inclusion in their foundations. Foundation executives that participated in a peer learning cohort as part of this study will reflect on their experiences and share their own lessons learned for colleagues and the field.
The Communications Network will be partnering with leading communications firm Hattaway Communications to host the webinar Lessons from the Frontline of the LGBT Movement. Doug Hattaway and Alex Cole of Hattaway Communications will join The Communications Network for a webinar on the impact of strategic communications on one of our country’s most successful social change struggles - the fight for marriage equality for LGBT Americans - and how to apply the lessons learned to other social change movements.
Please join Secretary Arne Duncan & Deputy Assistant to the President for Education Policy Roberto Rodriguez to learn more about the upcoming White House Early Education Summit and how you, your business or foundation can get involved.
Please join Assistant Secretary for the Office of Innovation and Improvement Nadya Chinoy Dabby and leaders from philanthropy and the Foundation Center to learn all about this year’s Investing in Innovation Fund (i3) Competition and how you can help support a portfolio of evidence based and emerging educational programs from around the country that are ready for scale.
Conflict is neither inherently good nor bad. Conflict will always occur in an organization that's growing, evolving, and changing. What makes it good or bad or a positive or negative experience is how it's managed. In this webinar, we’ll explore typical situations where families might find themselves falling into the avoidance trap, along with useful strategies for ‘avoiding avoidance’ and other related tips and tools for managing family conflict.
Join Amy Sullivan, Director of the Montana Office of Gift Planning, as she discusses “Endowment Building and the Montana Endowment Tax Credit." This webinar will cover why endowments are so important and how planned giving is the key to Montana’s philanthropic future.
Whether your focus is economic self-sufficiency, community change, health, or education, the Internet is changing the way you achieve your goals. As more information and services move online, people who are “digitally isolated” grow more excluded from opportunity and less connected to their communities. Although most American households are now online, a large minority – about 30 percent, including many whose members are poorer, less educated, and older – are not. Please join us for a conversation that explores how local foundations, working in partnership with government and the private sector, can successfully accelerate technology access and build capacity to bring isolated families and communities online.