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As NW Children's Fund enters its fourth decade of work, it's harnessing the power of collaboration to lead the fight against child abuse and neglect. For NWCF's 2016 Community Forum, funders are invited to a lunch and conversation about how research is informing interventions that strengthen resilience in children.
The Northwest Children's Foundation (NWCF) presents their 2019 Forum entitled, Community Trauma and Child Well-Being: Trauma-Informed Care and the Future of Healing. This community event features a keynote by Dr. Shawn Ginwright, Professor of Education in the Africana Studies Department at San Francisco State University, with opening remarks by Seattle pediatrician and community leader Dr. Benjamin Danielson.
National Center for Family Philanthropy would like to invite family and community foundation donors, board members, staff and family members to their National Forum on Family Philanthropy. This conference brings philanthropic families and leaders together for two and a half days of peer networking and thought-provoking conversations led by some of the greatest thought leaders in family giving. Forum sessions feature the perspectives of donors and family members in an environment that fosters both confidential and candid discussions.
This session will include a three interactive components: (1) Review of the best research advances in child welfare and policy practice in the past 5-10 years; (2) Group discussion to identify the knowledge and research gaps in the fields of child welfare, children's behavioral health, and substance abuse treatment; and (3) Discussion of how to address key research/knowledge gaps - including new ways of collaborating to ensure that the right research is conducted and used for policy, program design and practice.
Mark your calendars for the upcoming 2020 Northwest Children’s Foundation Forum: Community Trauma and Child Well-Being: A Deeper Dive into the Future of Healing.
Northwest Children's Foundation is pleased to welcome back Dr. Shawn Ginwright, professor of education and africana studies at San Francisco State University, as their keynote speaker, and Seattle pediatrician Dr. Ben Danielson as their panel moderator. Together, they will guide attendees through thought-provoking discussions, challenge thinking and share their expert perspectives.