Join the Corporate Funders' Learning Network as Colleen Olphert, Director of Membership & Member Services at the Boston College Center for Corporate Citizenship leads a discussion about how to have successful partnerships, achieve impact through partnerships, and how to align corporate citizenship objectives and business goals to create a more sustainable and prosperous future for all.
Community foundations are uniquely poised to support the leadership pipelines in their respective communities. Hear about what you need as you start, refine, or consider managing a leadership development program.
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.
This webinar is for foundations interested in learning how to participate in Get on the Map by sharing grants data with Candid (formerly Foundation Center).
Join us for this informative and interactive workshop with PEAK Grantmaking to learn ways to improve your grantmaking practices.
Join us for this webinar which will examine changing family composition, provide examples from families who have grappled with this changing definition, and receive tips for how your philanthropic family can adapt to the new normal.
Multi-generational engagement in giving provides meaningful opportunities to bring family members together to support mutual causes while giving back to communities and creating lasting change. We invite you, along with any members of your foundat
Please join us at this session where we will hear from The Heinz Endowments about their new Creative Learning initiative and have a roundtable discussion about ideas to coordinate strategies for funding arts education both in and outside of school in the region.
Join the GWP Administrative Learning network as we partner with Meeting Professionals International (MPI) to meet and learn from author Beth Ziesenis (aka, Your Nerdy Best Friend) in her presentation: Secret Tech Weapons.
Join GWP for the most recent update on the plans for the 2020 U.S. Census in Allegheny County, and what opportunities there may be for private philanthropy to help promote an accurate count.
Join your fellow GWP members who are making investments in food systems for a roundtable discussion about what programs exist, who is supporting what, where gaps in funding exist, and how local philanthropy can most effectively support these initiatives.
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 welcome all members' involvement in this group and hope you will join us for this next session as well as mark your calendar for all upcoming monthly meetings.
Join us for a discussion about the Lower-Hill development project and specifically the focus on the job creation and workforce development goal to provide opportunities for residents from the Greater Hill District and other minority communities to be employed in the redevelopment of the Lower Hill.
Join to learn how CEOs and board chairs develop positive, productive relationships guided by NCFP’s Passages research.
Please join us for this invitation-only local and national funders briefing to learn more about Pittsburgh’s progress in advancing immigrant inclusion and how communities across the nation are working to overcome divisions and promote greater welcome for all.
This discussion will focus on strategies to engage and build partnerships with the business sector around the 2020 Census. Presenters will share resources, approaches to census engagement, and insights into how to mitigate potential barriers, with a focus on Get Out the Count.
Join us for an engaging discussion on roles and responsibilities, time commitment and possible costs, strategic planning for community leadership, next steps for implementation and much more.
Join this webinar to learn more about these findings, which can help us better understand how local voucher programs perform relative to the local housing market and identify areas for improvement. We’ll share highlights from the analysis and discuss how funders can think about these findings and their investments in their communities.
Buhl Regional Health Foundation invites you to join us to get the inside scoop on available funding opportunities in our community.