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.
Join NCFP for a webinar that will provide tips and tools for how to involve the next generation of family members, develop a process to invite non-family board members onto your board and find practical ways to engage with your community and grantees.
Collaboration is the key to building a healthy and strong family, organization, and community. Join NCFP and family philanthropists as they discuss this important topic.
Hosted by Foundation Center, this webinar will examine mission-related investment (MRI) strategies within foundations.
Join GWP as we spend the afternoon with some of the organizations that are making significant contributions to the revitalization of Homewood and working hard to ensure that residents and businesses thrive in the neighborhood.
This webinar highlights the current situation of separation and detention, how current and past policies are impacting communities and families in Pennsylvania, and will highlight immediate and long term actions funders can take.
For this suite of resources, GrantCraft captured the wisdom of philanthropic leaders who have participated in multi-party advocacy collaboratives and conducted a literature scan of how foundations talk about advocacy-focused collaborative work.
"Co-Creation" is a case study about the Connecticut Early Childhood Funder Collaborative, a project of the Connecticut Council for Philanthropy. The case study examines co-creation, an emerging systems change collaboration model which grew out of a funder-and-state partnership. This unique partnership led to the creation by executive order of a new and independent Office of Early Childhood, which was formally approved by the Connecticut State Legislature in 2013. The companion piece, "Taking on New Roles to Address 21st Century Problems," looks at co-creation from the perspective of a regional association of grantmakers.
Building Healthy Communities (BHC) is a 10 year, $1 billion comprehensive community initiative launched by The California Endowment in 2010 to advance statewide policy, change the narrative, and transform 14 of California’s communities most devastated by health inequities into places where all people have an opportunity to thrive.