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The Heinz Endowments has launched a $250,000 mini-grant program to support community-inspired projects in Pittsburgh’s Hazelwood neighborhood that promote family and child well-being or increase co
This webinar examines the must-haves and must-dos, including the minimum requirements and additional security procedures community foundations should have in place.
This webinar examines the must-haves and must-dos, including the minimum requirements and additional security procedures community foundations should have in place
Everyone is talking about digital currency. Should nonprofits be part of that conversation? Idealware partnered with GuideStar to host a panel discussion to help nonprofit leaders understand what digital currency is and what it might mean for their organizations. This panel discussion will explore how Bitcoin and other currencies affect nonprofits, from donations to payments for programs and services to investments.
Funder Update: The State of Addiction and Opioids in Allegheny County 09-17-2020
Join us for the third in a four-part webinar series, Trust-Based Philanthropy in 4-D. In this session, foundation leaders will share their journeys of reviewing and assessing specific structures within their organizations and how they are using emergent learning to iterate and evolve their systems and processes in order to create an infrastructure of trust.
Resource from GWP session- Community Development Learning Network: Community Land Trusts 09-2018
Presentation from 9/11/18 Grants Managers Learning Network Program: The Data Transformation of Philanthropy
The Henry L. Hillman Foundation has announced the selected projects for their Healthy Aging Challenge initiative.
When considering how to improve health outcomes for low-income individuals, most people think about providing access to good medical care and keeping the cost of that care as low as possible. What people rarely think about is the connection between good health and quality affordable housing. This edition of What Funders Need to Know explores these connections and highlights some promising practices by both government and business that help low-income individuals get housed, stay healthier, and lower overall costs.
Resources from the Administrative Learning Network: Essential Tools For Planning Meetings And Events Program
Resources from the GWP Program- Community Development Learning Network: What Makes A Healthy Neighborhood? 6-19-18
Join GWP for a brown bag lunch and viewing party of one of NCFP's most popular webinars from their series: Adaptive philant