Join us for the next Arts Funders' Learning Network session.
Events this month
Join us for this interactive session that will focus on key managing up and across approaches for developing effective relationships with your manager(s) and those you support or work with closely.
A group of foundation staff has come together in recent months to understand how they can more effectively respond to the opioid crisis in Allegheny County. We hope you will join us for this next session.
Join this NCFP webinar to hear from new fellows, Mary Mountcastle, Kelly Nowlin, and June Wilson, who will share what it means to be a giving family in today's world.
According to research, the age of the purpose-driven company has taken root in the U.S. and will continue to grow in the coming decade.
We invite you to join us for an update on the work of All for All with community members who are working to connect people, organizations and communities so they can take practical steps that build a welcoming and inclusive region for all.
Due to popular demand, GWP is again offering this FMA workshop on assessing grantees’ financial health and long term sustainability. This session will provide a solid introduction to understanding and analyzing nonprofit financial health.
Please join us at the PG&H Pop Up in Downtown Pittsburgh for an evening of conversation and learn how some local nonprofits have been working with PG&H.
This hands-on, in-person workshop designed exclusively for grantmakers will draw on decades of experience from within the FCCP network. Through a mix of interactive activities and takeaway resources we’ll help you assess your institution’s readiness to begin funding civic engagement and address any barriers that you face in getting started. By the end, you’ll leave with concrete next steps and the resources you need to put them in place.
Elections, voting, organizing, activism: these are powerful tools for everyday people to shape the decisions that affect our lives. Yet too often, the deck is stacked against the communities who need access to these opportunities the most.