Join the Technology Association of Grantmakers (TAG), Maryland Philanthropy Network, and other PSOs for a discussion regarding the recent release of TAG's groundbreaking version 1 of the "Responsible AI Adoption in Philanthropy" framework. During this webinar, you can expect to learn about the collaborative process that resulted in this first version of the framework and gain a deeper understanding of the framework's design principles and how they foster equity, transparency, and responsible AI adoption.
Registration is now open for the 21st Annual Foundations on the Hill, hosted and presented by United Philanthropy Forum in partnership with Independent Sector and the Council on Foundations, is the largest annual public policy and advocacy conference dedicated solely to the philanthropic sector. Register today to reserve your space at what promises to be a catalytic public policy conference experience in Washington, D.C..
Over eight years of producing 11 Trends in Philanthropy, the Dorothy A. Johnson Center for Philanthropy team has combed the landscape of nonprofits and foundations for the most visible signs of a trend — the increased grant dollars, the emerging networks, familiar voices speaking up. This year’s trends share a familiar wealth of examples, data, quotes, and research publications that can help us all anticipate the vectors of change. But at the core of 11 Trends in Philanthropy for 2024, readers will find a set of questions rather than answers. Check out the report for yourself to see what questiosn the field will wrestle with in 2024.
The success of family philanthropy is dependent on the willingness of the family to embrace an ecosystem of partners. A terrific example of a family philanthropy that uses an ecosystem approach in its work is the Bainum Family Foundation. By understanding and embracing the roles each stakeholder must play to achieve meaningful societal change, families, staff members, grantees, and community members can better experience stronger relationships, establish clear lines of accountability, employ equitable practices, and learn from each other, making for lasting impact.
Resources for Grantseekers
Maryland Philanthropy Network strategically prioritizes engagement with the nonprofit sector as our primary partners in achieving impact in the communities we seek to serve. We partner with Maryland Nonprofits in a number of ways to support and build capacity, knowledge, and best practices around resource development and funder relationships.Learn More
Fiscal Hosting Services
We offer more than 20 years of fiscal management experience.