Join GWP and PEAK Grantmaking for this interactive and practical exploration of streamlining principles and practices. We will review Project Streamline’s research on what matters most to grantmakers and grantseekers and discuss specific strategies and practical ideas for overcoming common barriers, resistance to change, and making streamlining changes in your own organization.
Join this webinar to listen as speakers share the experience, tips, and tools they’ve learned from supporting philanthropic families in their money journeys.
Join us for this informative and interactive workshop with PEAK Grantmaking to learn ways to improve your grantmaking practices.
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 us for this program for an engaging dialogue on what it takes to revitalize grantmaking to better support equity goals as grantees struggle to adapt to the new economic and political realities.
Join us for a roundtable discussion around grants management issues. During this meeting we will see a demo of Fluxx, Congos Express, and Qlik with the Hillman team.
A joint effort by Grantmakers of Western Pennsylvania and the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh – Nonprofit Resource Center, this program will provide an opportunity for grantseekers to enrich their understanding of funding support from the local corporate community.
The arts in America have experienced an unprecedented building boom, with more than sixteen billion dollars directed to the building, expansion, and renovation of museums, theaters, symphony halls, opera houses, and centers for the visual and performing arts. Join us as we Skype with Peter Frumkin who will deepen our understanding of the recent history of investment in cultural facilities in the United States and discuss implications for the field.
Resources from the 6-18-19 Grants Managers Learning Network Session: 10 Easy Ways to Improve Your Grantmaking Practices
Resources from 6-6-19 GWP Arts Learning Session: Coordinating Strategies In Arts Education