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.
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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.
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Join us for this webinar to learn more about how to deal with difficult wills and trusts. Also featured will be best practices for working with professional advisors to ensure their client’s charitable wishes can be accomplished.
Resources from the GWP Program- Community Development Learning Network: What Makes A Healthy Neighborhood? 6-19-18
How the government can partner with impact investors to unleash new capital, talent and energy for maximum impact.
GWP members gathered for the association’s 2016 annual meeting, generously hosted at the Center for Connected Medicine by UPMC Health Plan.
Resources from Implementation Science 101 workshop held on February 20, 2019.
Community foundations are beginning to deepen and shift how they work, adopting an anchor mission that seeks to fully deploy all resources to build community wealth. Moving into territory relatively uncharted for community foundations, they are taking up impact investing and economic development — some in advanced ways, others with small steps. This report offers an overview of how 30 representative community foundations — including The Seattle Foundation, the Vermont Community Foundation, and the Greater Cincinnati Foundation — are working toward adopting this new anchor mission.