More than 190 foundation trustees and staff from across the country participated in Foundations on the Hill on March 18 and 19, 2015. to meet with members of Congress and discuss key issues of importance to foundations and philanthropy.
GWP Program Materials
The first of two panel discussions during which we explored the topic of impact investing, how it operates and lessons learned to date. This session presented some of the traditional tools of impact investing, and some of the newer methods being used in the social innovation space.
These are sample documents of Document Retention policies to use as a guide in preparing your organization's Document Retention Policy.
These are the program materials from the January 29, 2015 Administrative Roundtable discussing Document Retention and Technology.
Program resources, including the PowerPoint presentation and handouts, from Unpacking Impact Investing - What It Is and How It Can Fuel Social Innovation.
The 2014 GWP Annual Meeting was held on November 14 at Google Pittsburgh offices in Bakery Square. These are the documents included in the packet for the business portion of the meeting.
2014 Annual Meeting featured speaker Justin Marcoux shared insights from Monitor Institute’s analysis of today’s demographic, economic, social and philanthropic trends – many of which promise to change how nonprofits work and their capacity to serve their communities.
These are program materials from the Professional Seminar with Roger McElrath on September 16, 2014.
On September 23, GWP sponsored a members’ networking reception to take note of comings and goings in the GWP community. See pictures from the event as well as the list of members recognized for their achievements.
This is the power point presentation from the program in Febuary 2014 - Assessing Grantees’ Financial Health and Long Term Sustainability. Hilda Polanco, Founder and Managing Director of FMA, a leading consulting firm dedicated to strengthening nonprofits led the workshop, focused on providing grantmakers with the skills to understand their grantees' financial reality.