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    Census 2020
    How can the philanthropy community help ensure a full, fair and accurate census?
    GWP has gathered information and resources to keep you informed about the upcoming census.  


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    GWP Member Job Postings
    Looking for a position in Philanthropy?

    Administrative Associate
        Women and Girls Foundation of SWPA
    Director, Dick's Sporting Goods Foundation
    Executive Assistant, Hillman Family Foundations
    Administrative Assistant, Jack Buncher Foundation
    See these and more job postings here»



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    Have Legal Questions?
    Contact the Foundation Legal Help Desk
    GWP announces that the Foundations Legal Help Desk, is now available to community and private foundation members.  


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    Why Join GWP?
    Hear What Members Say:
    “[New corporate grantmaker] and I spoke on the phone for a half hour this morning. I told her when I first took my role [directing a corporate foundation] the most important thing I did was join GWP to develop a network of people that I could turn to when I needed help.”  


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    Policy Update
    Johnson Amendment
    More than 4,500 organizations call on Congress to protect the Johnson Amendment and maintain the current law that protects nonprofit organizations from being approached for partisan political contributions and endorsements.


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