... points about how you wind down well, to your grantee partners and your staff team, and leaving the legacy you hope to achieve. ... in a way that doesn’t create a cliff for your key grantee partners? How do you keep your team in place to sustain the work and support it ... more »
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... long-term relationships with school, community and funding partners across Oregon and southwest Washington."
... that serve those communities. Selecting nonprofit partners whose missions align with their values of DEI. Engaging nonprofits as partners and forging long-term relationships with them. Building nonprofit ...
... In his letter to Philanthropy Northwest members and partners, Board Chair David Bley, director of the Bill & Melinda Gates ... committed as ever to Philanthropy Northwest's members and partners," he wrote. "Audrey and the rest of our staff will continue to partner ... more »
... Scholarship . The new collaborative, Blue Meridian Partners , is led by the New York-based Edna McConnell Clark Foundation. ... the foundation and this joint venture: Blue Meridian Partners has secured $750 million toward our goal of investing at least $1 ... more »
... Satterberg Foundation, Seattle Foundation and Social Venture Partners for a funders’ briefing and discussion: Civic Engagement, ... 21, 2016 1:15 – 4:15 pm at Social Venture Partners – 3 rd floor conference room* Civic participation and ...
... with one another as informed, knowledgeable and empowered partners . Over the years, we’ve baked transparency into our Foundation ... more »
... classrooms, nonprofits, and communities. We work with partners across the U.S. and are always seeking new partners who are committed to achieving equity in education. We offer deep, ...
Sharon Nyree Williams, Executive Director, Central District Forum for Arts and Ideas | ... supporters back then to start CD Forum because I know that sustaining the organization in 2018 is challenging work. Fortunately, CD ... work. The first cohort began in 2016 with a focus on sustaining our organizations, which come from New Orleans, Denver, Knoxville, ... more »
Kim Vu, Senior Vice President of Enterprise Business and Community Engagement at Bank of America | ... hours of volunteerism in 2016 across the region. Idaho Partners: Boise Public Schools Education Foundation, Boise Rescue ... Women’s and Children’s Alliance Inc. Oregon Partners: Albertina Kerr Centers Foundation, All Hands Raised, Dress for ... more »
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... sacred space so that we can better understand each other as partners.
Join your corporate philanthropy peers for a discussion on The ROI of CSR: Where to begin?, a joint meeting hosted by ACCP and Philanthropy Northwest. In order for a CSR program to align with and support a company’s core business strategy, the CSR team must be aligned and integrated with key functions with profit, loss, and cost control responsibilities. In some companies that is already happening; in others, the process has not yet begun.
You’ll hear Steve Rochlin, Co-CEO of IO Sustainability and lead author of Project ROI, discuss the potential ROI that CSR can deliver and what you should be doing to future proof your CR programs. (Hint: one of the first steps is to work internally with other departments to build integration.) You’ll also hear from a panel of CSR executives that are working with other departments on CSR and gain insight from their hits and misses.
Garland Yates, Community Democracy Workshop | At Community Democracy Workshop, we work with residents to put them in more powerful positions to help change their communities. With institutional stakeholders, this community democracy approach might be unsettling, but we have to help them feel comfortable about walking into a process that potentially is confrontational. We must concentrate on making space around the table safe. Not false or phony, but safe. Residents and representatives from institutions will need to be honest and frank with each other and address real issues, but in a productive manner. We must use our influence and role to help create that kind of environment so that our communities can have the power and capacity to see the changes they want to see. more »
The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation’s Pacific Northwest team awarded $68 million in 76 grants to more than three dozen organizations in 2016. Excluding multi-year grants approved prior to 2016 and global health/development grants to organizations based locally, the top five recipients by total grant dollars awarded were: Building Changes, University of Washington Foundation, Philanthropy Northwest, League of Education Voters Foundation and the State of Washington Department of Early Learning. more »