From 100 person convenings to a 10-person meeting, we could all use more skills to make our meetings more effective and delightful. Join Ted Lord, convening maestro, for a one-hour webinar that will help you move your in-person meetings from good to POWERHOUSE!
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There are 328 Opportunity Zones (OZ) in the Northwest. Check out this map or this list of Qualified Designated Opportunity Zones by County. Is your community within an Opportunity Zone and you're not quite sure what it means for your foundation or your community? You're not alone. With all the news and hype that's surrounding OZs, it's hard to understand whether philanthropy has a role. This call will be particularly useful for place-focused foundations including community foundations, family foundations and issue-focused funders who support the vitality of our Northwest places that we call home particularly in rural and Native communities.
This Funders Census Initiative webinar will focus on strategies to engage and build partnerships with the business sector around the 2020 Census. Presenters will share resources, approaches to census engagement and insights into how to mitigate potential barriers, with a focus on Get Out the Count.
Join Washington Nonprofits for their annual state-wide conference in Bellevue, Washington on May 21, 2019. The pre-conference sessions will be on May 20, 2019, with deep-dive tracks that will focus on volunteer management, fundraising strategy and risk strategy. Meet with nonprofit leaders from across Washington state.
Are you new to a board or interested in serving on one, but not quite sure what that involves? Board 101 can help! Board 101 is a 90-minute presentation by the Community Foundation of North Central Washington to help new and prospective board members better understand the roles and responsibilities expected in serving an organization as a volunteer board member.
Join the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) Funders Network, Puget Sound Asset Funders Network and Philanthropy Northwest for an engaging funder discussion exploring the intersection of racial equity, taxes and the role of philanthropy in the Pacific Northwest. **This meeting is free of charge and open to foundation representatives and philanthropic advisors only.
We are excited to co-sponsor this webinar hosted by the Funders' Commitee for Civic Participation. State and national leaders will explore concrete examples of the role data play in building a more reflective and representative democracy.
Philanthropy Northwest is continuing our Racial Equity Speaker Series with Mehrsa Baradaran, author of The Color of Money: Black Banks and the Racial Wealth Gap. Join us to hear from her as she examins the fruits of past policies and the operation of banking in a segregated economy.
Rainier Valley Corps is hosting B.E.E.R. (Beverage to Enhance Equity in Relationships), which is a day where funders and nonprofits can get together to break down power dynamics one drink or doughnut at a time.
Join Philanthropy Northwest for the second year of our virtual policy advocacy workshop series. This four-part series is designed for foundation staff and trustees who want to build their knowledge and capacity to fund and implement policy advocacy. In this session we will look at ways funders can prepare to measure the impact of policy advocacy investments, and build a case for their trustees and boards from a success mindset.
We are excited to co-sponsor this learning series brought to you by the Funders' Committee for Civic Participation (FCCP). Session #2 focuses on how evaluation frameworks perpetuate or improve power dynamics between grantees and grantmakers.
Implementing a trust-based approach to philanthropy starts with leadership and governance. What is the role of CEOs, trustees and senior leadership in instituting a culture of trust -- with each other, with foundation staff and in all of your foundation’s grantmaking practices? And how can a trust-based culture lead to more authentic dialogue, genuine learning and a more effective approach that helps address the inherent power dynamic between foundations and grantees?
Philanthropy Northwest is thrilled to be continuing our Corporate Member Luncheons in 2019 and we hope that you will join us to hear more on emerging themes from our soon to be published report, From Extraction to Action: Stories of Powerful Philanthropic Partnerships in Indian Country.
We are excited to co-sponsor this learning series brought to you by the Funders' Committee for Civic Participation (FCCP). Session #3 will focus on a case study, such as the intended and unintended consequences that funders can have on movement building.
Join Philanthropy Northwest for the second year of our virtual policy advocacy workshop series. This four-part series is designed for foundation staff and trustees who want to build their knowledge and capacity to fund and implement policy advocacy. In this session we will look at investing in grantees and nonprofit partners to build their capacity to engage in policy advocacy, including base-building, community organizing, public education and lobbying.