Out of an abundance of caution, we have decided to postpone this program. We apologize for any inconvenience.
Moving the Needle. Changing Systems. Giving Collaboratives. Impact Investing. Being able to see the impact of giving is a priority for this next generation of donors.
Join us for a casual cocktail hour to connect with friends, welcome new colleagues, and meet our new Member Engagement and Services Manager, Joyce Bartlett. Light fare will be provided.
This program is for our family philanthropy members and invited guests.
Participatory grantmaking is helping to restore residential power in the C.A.R.E., McElderry Park and Middle East communities of East Baltimore. Please join us for an introduction to the inFusion Community Grants Program, an Annie E.
Please join John Brothers, President of the T. Rowe Price Foundation, at our next Family Philanthropy Roundtable meeting.
Please join Baltimore Beat Editor-in-Chief Lisa Snowden-McCray and Co-founder Brandon Soderberg to discuss Baltimore’s media landscape and the March 6th return of the Baltimore Beat.
Please join Franklyn Baker, President and Chief Executive Officer and Martina A. Martin, Senior Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of the United Way of Central Maryland (UWCM) for a special 90-minute listening session here at the Maryland Philanthropy Network. UWCM is launching its next strategic planning process for 2020-2022 to help direct its transformation, and they would deeply value your input.
This roundtable provides a venue for family foundation trustees and board members to connect around the joys and challenges of family philanthropy. In addition to learning from regional and national experts, peer sharing of experiences and expertise is a significant focus of this group.
Join your peers for a sharing session to discuss how distance and geography affect your family foundation.
What are the key governance and grantmaking issues facing family foundation boards and staff in the 21st Century? How are family foundations engaging the next generation, supporting grantees, and planning for perpetuity? And what are the implications of these trends for those in the field? Join this special conversation with National Center for Family Philanthropy President Ginny Esposito and leaders from the research team for NCFP's new Trends in Family Philanthropy initiative.