All Maryland Philanthropy Network members, especially Corporate Giving members, are invited to a conversation with the Baltimore Development Corporation (BDC) and its new Opportunity Zone Coordinator.
A continuation of Maryland Philanthropy Network’s Democracy and the Social Sector, this interactive workshop is designed to help funders explore how community engagement can advance their and their grantees' results. Maryland Philanthropy Network's Democracy and the Social Sector is a series of programs designed to stimulate conversations and action on democracy-strengthening activities at the local, state and federal level to promote effective philanthropy and build stronger communities.
Maryland Philanthropy Network is pleased to host our annual Responsive Philanthropy in the Black Community (RPBC) Training, in partnership with the Maryland Philanthropy Network of Black Foundation Executives (ABFE).
Coaching Corps, along with their partners, have been supporting youth living in poverty by matching them with coaches and mentors. Specifically focusing on how coaches are recruited and trained to help close gaps for young people wanting to access sports activities, they have also been instrumental in supporting afterschool programs throughout Baltimore. Join us for this member-sponsored panel discussion and facilitated conversation to hear highlights on the Coaching Corps and their efforts.
Learn from other funders and dig into the new Ramping Up for High-Impact Philanthropy Toolkit by Exponent Philanthropy and The Philanthropic Initiative (TPI) to identify obstacles that are impeding your ability to reach the next level of impact.
Please join representatives from FORCE: Upsetting Rape Culture who will share highlights of their work around rape culture, the intersections of sexual and domestic violence with other social justice issues, and the role of art in changing culture. Specifically, they will share their ongoing survivor organizing work in Baltimore, as well as their Spring 2019 Monument Quilt Display and Baltimore Convening.
Join us for a panel discussion with local fiscal sponsors and agents including, Maryland Nonprofits, Strong City Baltimore, Fusion Partners and your own Maryland Philanthropy Network. Our panelists will give an overview of the current fiscal sponsor landscape in Maryland, the purpose and difference between fiscal agency and fiscal sponsorship, and share national standards and best practices funders can look for when considering granting through a fiscal sponsor.
All Maryland Philanthropy Network members are invited to hear from Roca’s leadership team as they provide an overview of the organization’s progress to date about their work to replicate a violence intervention model with some of Baltimore’s highest risk 16-24 year olds.
Join Funders' Committee for Civic Participation for their last Election Series Discussion to address practical pathways that can capture election momentum to build long-term power for communities of interest.
At this program we’ll hear from experts about the wide-range of issues faced by people with disabilities in Maryland, services available, as well as gaps in services, and explore possibilities related to disability inclusive philanthropy.