Join GWP for the next gathering of the Community Development Roundtable. We are pleased to be joined by a panel of experts who will provide us with an overview of the current status of land banking in our region.
Organizations can face closure for a number of reasons: shifts in funding, demographics, and/or environments; diminishing community support; achieving an organization's mission; or a lessened need for its mission, to name a few. The decision to close an organization can be an intense and hectic experience as considerable time, attention, and resources are required to navigate the logistics, consider the legal options, mitigate the impact, celebrate accomplishments, and ensure legacy.
How do seasoned family foundation CEOs stay renewed and refreshed in their work? How do experienced CEOs find ways to balance the needs of the family with those of the foundation?
Every family philanthropy experiences the joy, the sadness, the complexity, and the energy of transitions. Moving toward new leadership in the family can be difficult, emotional, and sometimes frustrating.
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.
Join us with your fellow GWP Members to take part in our Annual GWP Membership Business Meeting.
Join fellow GWP Members for a 90-minute tour for an overview of the longest-running contemporary art exhibition in North America.
Join NCFP for their November webinar and look at the unique issues involved in spending down a foundation's assets.
Details Coming Soon.
Join us at lunchtime on October 31, Hallowe'en day, to learn about creative new ways that cultural organizations can promote community development.
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Pennsylvania recently took a series of steps to improve the academic achievement of its public school students: