... without adoption by any nonprofit, a scammer could call a donor purporting to be with a (receiving) nonprofit and request the donor’s social security number in order to send a form confirming their ... more »
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Paul Kim, Member and Donor Program Associate | ... joined the Philanthropy Northwest team as our member and donor program associate . He can be reached at email@example.com . ... more »
Anjana Pandey, Donor and Member Relations Director | ... Pandey is Philanthropy Northwest's director of member and donor relations. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org . Join ... more »
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... house. I lost him somewhere between impact investment and donor advised funds, but he did understand that some members of our community ... Foundation donors who wish to deploy a portion of their donor advised funds (DAFs) into this investment. The Seattle Foundation has ... more »
... investment portfolio? Can we make a grant to our family's donor advised fund to help make year-end payout requirements? How do we handle ... Advisors, formerly national director of community and legal relations at Foundation Source. This webinar is designed for family ...
... can be challenging, especially when you are an individual donor or working with a small foundation. Barriers such as identifying ... environment can stymie even the most sophisticated donor. Despite this complexity, international giving from US-based foundations, ...
Anjana Pandey, Director of Member & Donor Relations After over a decade in New York, I never imagined living or ... Northwest team as our first director of member & donor relations and will be working closely with our extensive network of ... more »
The Rasmuson Foundation, whose mission is "to promote a better life for all Alaskans," has announced $7.6 million in grants and initiatives. This includes a five-year renewal of Pick.Click.Give., supporting The Alaska Community Foundation in its delivery of statewide marketing and coordination of the statewide giving program. more »
Kristen Holway, Senior Manager, Learning Practice How often do you find yourself having dinner ... shared key findings from a March 2015 report, The Progress Index: Measuring Shared Prosperity in Washington State , that illustrates ... and communities in their ability to thrive. The Progress Index explores questions such as: Are social programs working to reduce ... more »
Kristen Holway, Senior Manager, Learning Practice Five months have passed since the March 22 ... Snohomish County Mary Jane Brell-Vujovic , division manager, housing & community services, Snohomish County Laura Byers ... Phone: (503) 378-2911 http://www.oregon.gov/OMD/OEM/Pages/index.aspx Washington Military Department Emegency Management 20 ... more »
... of the next generation and the participation of the founding donor. The study reveals a number of important trends that not only ... and will be shaping the field for years to come: Donor-advised funds and social enterprises might get all of the headlines, but ...
Kristen Holway, Senior Manager, Learning Practice After decades of public service and reaching ... most promising projects is the quarterly Healthy Congress Index , which provides the public with essential metrics for evaluating ... “good government” and Snowe and Grumet both pointed to Index results as a sign that Congress may be governing and legislating better ... more »
The People’s Institute for Survival and Beyond is a collective of anti-racist community organizers and educators committed to building an anti-racist movement. Founded in 1980 by Ronald Chisom and Jim Dunn, the organization's national office is based in New Orleans, Louisiana.
The People’s Institute Northwest supports and coordinates Undoing Institutional Racism (UIR) workshops as well as providing technical assistance and organizing support to community based organizations, educators, social service agencies, government, faith based organizations, prisoner organizations, coalitions for social change, and youth groups.
Kiran Ahuja | On a recent trip to Anchorage, after engaging with local philanthropic leaders and learning about Alaska’s unique attributes and challenges, it dawned on me the many lessons funders in the lower 48 can glean from Alaska’s philanthropic leaders. In a geographically large state with a small population, funders wear multiple hats and coordinate easily across organizations to address formidable challenges – including homelessness, lack of affordable housing and healthcare services, access to high-quality P-16 education, workforce development and much, much more.
From this recent visit and in my role with Philanthropy Northwest over the past year, I’d like to share my observations about the unique positioning of philanthropy in Alaska. more »