This engaging session is designed for funders, investors, and nonprofits seeking to learn more about capital, financing strategies, and approaches to achieve greater social impact.
Grantmakers of Western Pennsylvania is pleased to offer a 90-minute workshop where you will be introduced to the general guidelines of completing the Common Grant Application and Report forms.
The Philanthropy Forum at GSPIA, GWP, The Forbes Funds and Greater Pittsburgh Nonprofit Partnership (GPNP) are collaborating to present a series of programs focused on investing for greater impact. The first session, held in January 2015, explored the topic of impact investing/mission investing. In this second session, we will consider deeper capitalization strategies.
Join GWP members and nonprofit advocates for an update on sexual assault on campuses in this region and weigh in on how local funders can address it.
Grantmakers of Western Pennsylvania is pleased to offer a 90-minute workshop where you will learn tips and general guidelines for completing the Common Grant Application and Report forms.
A joint effort by Grantmakers of Western Pennsylvania and the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh – Nonprofit Resource Center, this program will provide an opportunity for grantseekers to enrich their understanding of funding support from the local corporate community.
Please join us for A Conversation on Capitalization and Community -- an interactive day-long workshop meant to deepen our knowledge and inform our grantmaking to cultural organizations.
An initiative of the Alliance for Justice, Bolder Advocacy promotes active engagement in democratic processes and institutions by giving nonprofits and foundations the confidence to advocate effectively and by protecting their right to do so.
ACT!Quick is a short version of Alliance for Justice’s Advocacy Capacity Tool (ACT!) and is designed to provide a quick diagnosis of the strengths and gaps in organizations’ advocacy skills, knowledge, and practices, and identify areas for strengthening.
As part of 1996 welfare reforms, food assistance (SNAP benefits) for non-working able-bodied adults without dependents became subject to a time limit of three months. These time limits for food assistance, initially scheduled for January 2016, go in effect in June 2016 in many Pennsylvania counties including Allegheny, Butler, Greene and Washington.