Join the Corporate Funders' Learning Network as Colleen Olphert, Director of Membership & Member Services at the Boston College Center for Corporate Citizenship leads a discussion about how to have successful partnerships, achieve impact through partnerships, and how to align corporate citizenship objectives and business goals to create a more sustainable and prosperous future for all.
Please join us at this session where we will hear from The Heinz Endowments about their new Creative Learning initiative and have a roundtable discussion about ideas to coordinate strategies for funding arts education both in and outside of school in the region.
Please join us at the PG&H Pop Up in Downtown Pittsburgh for an evening of conversation and learn how some local nonprofits have been working with PG&H.
Resources from the 6-20-19 GWP Corporate Funders’ Learning Session: Partnership Management
This paper explores community democracy as a cultural choice and a potential organizing system for philanthropy using stories that demonstrate its principles and practices, primarily growing from the experience of northern California communities. This experience offers a framework of principles and a beginning set of conclusions about how philanthropy can develop productive partnerships from the perspective of a place-based, community democracy.
This online report highlights work by key nonprofit organizations working in Tribal communities throughout the Pacific Northwest. Published in 2012 by The Paul G. Allen Foundation.
This resource monograph developed by Philanthropy Ohio provides brief case studies of several partnerships in which foundations play or have played a pivotal role, beyond funding to convening, advocacy and technical assistance.
Does collaboration have intrinsic value? Explore the potential and pitfalls of partnership for achieving foundation's goals through a case study analysis from the Wallace Foundation.