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Our "virtual roundtable" interviews feature a group of leaders from across our network who work on a common issue area, illuminating the diversity of place-based approaches to the shared topic. We kicked this series off in February with the CEOs of five healthcare conversion foundations, then continued in March with the Pacific Northwest's seven statewide nonprofit associations and April with four leading arts funders. For May, we interviewed grantmakers from five foundations — The Ford Family Foundation, Montana Community Foundation, Northwest Area Foundation, Whatcom Community Foundation and Wyoming Community Foundation — focused on rural communities. more »
Mares Asfaha | We have officially kicked-off our third cohort of Momentum Fellows! We are so proud to have such dynamic leaders in this cohort and in the philanthropic sector.
Building on the successes and lessons from cohorts one and two, we’ve made exciting changes to the Momentum Fellowship, like expanding the program to include people already working with their organizations, but still consider themselves new to philanthropy. We’re excited to support this group of talented folks who bring a wealth of expertise not just from their lived experiences, but also from their previous professional work prior to entering philanthropy. This third cohort of fellows features artists, youth development workers and community organizers. They represent a wide range of experiences and valuable expertise that they will bring to our sector. more »
Anjana Pandey, Member and Donor Relations Director | ... member and donor relations. She can be reached at email@example.com . Introducing Our Snapshot of Foundation Giving to the ... more »
... Sen. Dan Sullivan 202-224-3004 Sen.Sullivan@opencongress.org Twitter: @SenDanSullivan Sen. Lisa Murkowski 202-224-6665 Sen.Murkowski@opencongress.org Twitter: @LisaMurkowski Rep.
Our "virtual roundtable" interviews feature a group of leaders from across our network who work on a common issue area, illuminating the diversity of place-based approaches to the shared topic. We kicked this series off in February with the CEOs of five healthcare conversion foundations, then continued in March with the Pacific Northwest's seven statewide nonprofit associations, April with four arts funders and May with five rural funders. For June, we interviewed representatives of four banks engaged in Northwest philanthropy: First Interstate Bank, Pacific Continental Bank, U.S. Bank and Wells Fargo. more »
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Paul Kim, Member and Donor Program Associate | ... and donor program associate. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org . Raising a Glass to Sustaining Partners & New Friends ... more »
Charitable foundations and corporations provide critical support to Northwest communities, awarding grants for a range of issue areas, support strategies and population types.
Native populations received higher percentage of grant dollars to the Northwest than nationwide.
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Anand Giridharadas (Tuesday) and Judy Belk (Wednesday)
Maya Thornell-Sandifor, Learning Strategy Director and Remy Trupin, Catalyst Fellow | ... strategy director. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org . Remy Trupin is Philanthropy Northwest's Catalyst ... Fellow, focused on advocacy. He can be reached at email@example.com . Seizing the Opportunity to Expand Our ... more »
Momentum around the 2020 Census has led to an increased philanthropic focus on supporting communities' ability to engage in public discourse and shape reflective political participation at all levels of government. Guest speaker Karen Narasaki and other invited speakers join Philanthropy Northwest for a discussion that will highlight efforts underway around the issue of redistricting, as well as explore more broadly how strengthening our muscles around civic engagement can move philanthropy toward our common goal of a reflective democracy.