We invite you to join us on March 26 learn more about the GWP network, our website, learning networks and programming and all of the services and resources available to our members.
Join us for the first Grants Managers’ Learning network program of the year to connect with your peers to learn and “share what works.”
Join the webinar to hear about implications for messaging, outreach, and advocacy to enhance collaborative efforts to “Get Out The Count”.
NCFP President Virginia Esposito will share insights and findings from the yearlong study with family foundations and donor-advised funds committed to their “pride of place", along with specific examples of families who have found effective ways to balance and showcase their pride of place.
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.
Join GWP's Administrative Learning Network for our first gathering of the year for a roundtable discussion on office management tips and tricks.
Join GWP for an 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.
During this session, we’ll hear about the current status of workforce development and projects underway in our region, as well the vision for future development, integration, and implementation of a world-class workforce development system in Pittsburgh and Allegheny County.
To support regional grantmakers in understanding how implementation science may benefit their work, Dr. Daniel Perkins from Penn State University will provide an Implementation Science 101 workshop on February 20.
Join NCFP for a conversation that will feature a variety of practical tips for bridging the power divide with your grantees, with one another, and with other partners in your work.
FSG has outlined 12 ways foundations are transforming themselves to transform impact in their "Being the Change" report. Join this webinar to learn more about the recommendations from FSG that you can take back to your foundation.
GSPIA’s Philanthropy Forum Presents:Tom Butler, Vice President for Conservation Advocacy, Tompkins Conservation with Comments from Larry Seltzer, CEO, the Conservation Fund and Caren Glotfelty, Executive Director, Allegheny Parks Conservancy
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.
Recent survey results reveal public, bipartisan support for the broad principles outlined in the GND and Millions of Jobs concepts: securing 100% clean, renewable energy by 2030; investing in communities on the frontlines of poverty and pollution; upgrading the nation’s energy grid, buildings, and transportation infrastructure. Join us for a deep dive into these fast-breaking movements and how policy leaders and organizations are collaborating to propel their work for the future.
The Funders Census Initiative is pleased to continue this briefing series on census messaging results in partnership with the Democracy Funders Collaborative Census Subgroup
This program provides the opportunity to learn about our elected leaders’ priorities and how they plan to move forward in the coming year.
Join us for this webinar to learn how employee resource groups can be used as a critical internal strategy complementing an organization’s corporate citizenship.
The Funders Census Initiative is pleased to continue this briefing series on census messaging results in partnership with the Democracy Funders Collaborative Census Subgroup.
Understand the issues facing philanthropy and the social sector in 2019.