Due to popular demand, GWP is again offering this FMA workshop on assessing grantees’ financial health and long term sustainability. This session will provide a solid introduction to understanding and analyzing nonprofit financial health.
Strengthening Nonprofit Organizations
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 United Philanthropy Forum and Fund the People for a webinar that will help members better understand how to bake-in talent-investing - the intentional deployment of resources to support and develop nonprofit professionals and leaders - into their strategy and grantmaking.
This engaging session is designed for funders, investors, and nonprofits seeking to learn more about capital, financing strategies, and approaches to achieve greater social impact.
Resources from 6-6-19 GWP Arts Learning Session: Coordinating Strategies In Arts Education
After more than 15 years promoting grantmaker practices that support nonprofit results, GEO is convinced that a strong culture inside foundations is critical for effective philanthropy. It’s virtually impossible to operate as an ally and partner to nonprofits if you are working inside a foundation whose values and culture run counter to that spirit.
This report from Emerging Practitioners in Philanthropy examines the thoughts and feelings of early- and mid- career practitioners on philanthropy and their futures in it.
Fund the People created this toolkit to provide practical guidance, promising practices, and illustrative data to help funders, nonprofits, and others to maximize investments in the nonprofit workforce.
A joint effort by Grantmakers of Western Pennsylvania and the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh – Nonprofit Resource Center, this program provided an opportunity for grantseekers to enrich their understanding about organizations in our region that support nonprofit capacity building efforts. Representatives from several local funding agencies provided an overview of their initiatives, briefly describing their giving priorities, types of capacity building support (grants/technical assistance), application guidelines, how and when decisions are made, and more!
The POISE Foundation recently announced the publication of their first position paper entitled, “Strengthening Black Families: A Case for Philanthropic Investment.”
On June 26th, GWP members had the opportunity to take a deeper look at the framework of this paper and discuss POISE’s rational behind their shift to a family-centered approach and the Strengthening Black Families (SBF) program strategy as a promising case example.