The Public Policy Committee serves as a clearinghouse for Maryland Philanthropy Network’s public policy platform. It connects across funder affinity groups, fiscally hosted initiatives, funder collaborations and individual members to understand the landscape of member policy interests and distill those interests and issues into an agenda.
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.
Join us for the Maryland Community Foundations Association's (MCFA) quarterly meeting. Together, as MCFA, we speak with one voice to promote philanthropy as a way to support towns, cities, and rural areas across the state. Community Foundations specialize in helping individuals, families, and businesses plan and carry out their charitable giving as well as building endowments to serve their regions' changing needs.
Hospital-Community partnerships promote collaborative actions to strengthen community health.
As the concept of social equity becomes a more visible focus in our policies and practices, it is critical to understand the ways inequities manifest in the environmental sector.
Join Senator Chris Van Hollen for a discussion on issues affecting nonprofit organizations and our communities. This convening will be focused on bridging the gap between the nonprofit sector and federal policymakers.
Maryland Philanthropy Network is pleased to host Dr. Sonja Santelises, Chief Executive Officer of the Baltimore City Public School System, for our annual conversation with members.
This webinar will introduce equitable evaluation, an emerging evaluative paradigm guided by a set of core principles grounded in equity. We will explore how common approaches to evaluation can undermine equity, explain the core principles of equitable evaluation, and share resources to spur your thinking about how your organization could apply equitable evaluation to its work
Are you interested in participatory grantmaking but don’t know where to start? Are you curious about giving the communities you serve decision-making power?