Join in on this webinar to learn more about how CSR Executives from across the country continue to evolve to meet community need.
This session is the second of a two-part series which will provide funders and with a unique opportunity to learn about federal and state budget provisions and why they matter to national, state and local philanthropy.
This session is the first of a two-part series which will provide funders and with a unique opportunity to learn about and discuss why federal and state budget and tax work matters to national, state and local philanthropy.
Join NCFP for this webinar to learn about effective governance structures and explore the principles, policies, and practices necessary to ensure good governance in a family philanthropy effort.
Join your peers to learn why and how to share your grants data with Candid's Get on the Map campaign.
Join us for our kick-off session which will feature a conversation with Stuart Fisk, CRNP and Director of Allegheny Health Network's Center for Inclusion Health.
The Community Foundation of Fayette County, in collaboration with Grantmakers of Western PA, is presenting a “Meet the Grantmakers” panel discussion that will feature foundation leaders with a demonstrated interest in funding Fayette County.
Join us for an informal discussion with other GWP members who use Foundant, to connect, share experiences and issues, and learn from one another.
Join us for a roundtable discussion to look at why and how funders are engaging in participatory grantmaking and shifting decision-making power to the communities impacted by these funding decisions.
Join us for an informal discussion with other GWP members who use Blackbaud, to connect, share experiences and issues, and learn from one another.
The practice of family philanthropy is evolving and so too are the structures that social impact practitioners employ to accomplish their objectives. However, a number of questions remain on the minds of philanthropic families.
Please join the Jewish Funders Learning Network for a conversation with Lauren Bairnsfather, the director of The Holocaust Center of Pittsburgh.
Join Your Nerdy Best Friend, aka Author Beth Ziesenis, for the third and final session in a three part book club, for a tech power hour where you can ask her questions about any of the tools we've discussed in this series!
Join this NCFP Webinar to learn how families cultivate their philanthropic identity and nurture a family culture that reflects a shared sense of purpose.
Join Your Nerdy Best Friend, aka Author Beth Ziesenis, for the second session in a three part book club, to discover how to use free and inexpensive technology tools to create infographics and lively presentations!
Join us as Allegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald and Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto provide a briefing especially for GWP members.
Join this NCFP webinar to learn how to facilitate productive conversations on motivations for giving, strategies for translating shared values into action, and how to successfully carry forward values across generations.
Join Nick and NCFP board members as they share reflections, discuss the future direction of the field and how we can position our community of giving families for even greater success in the years to come.
Join us for GWP’s 2020 annual business meeting, followed by a dynamic and moving discussion during which panelists will share their thoughts on how to eliminate poverty through trust, empowerment, and movement-building.
Join us for a screening of this evocative documentary which follows three different women who have faced similar struggles and illuminates the human impact of economic injustice through their stories. We will be joined by Tammy T. Thompson, who is an internationally sought-after expert on issues of poverty, and the Executive Producer the documentary for real-time discussion.