As the COVID-19 outbreak evolves, we are convening members, grantees, and government sector partners to stay connected, informed, and to support collaborative action. During this Exchange, we are focusing on public policy priorities. We’ll hear from Henry Bogdan about Maryland Nonprofits’ policy priorities, Greater Baltimore Committee's Donald Fry about their policy priorities and Maryland Philanthropy Network’s Public Policy Committee co-chair Kevin McHugh about MPN’s priorities. We invite any of you who would like to share your policy priorities to do so as well.
Welcome to the space for Maryland Philanthropy Network’s Black Executive Directors, Presidents, CEOs and experienced staff to connect, offer mutual support, and deepen relationships. As leaders and decision-makers in your foundations, you are bridge-builders, trend-spotters, and changemakers with the space to innovate while also keeping the long-game in mind. Join the conversation to learn and share your challenges and successes with peers.
Join your peers at Maryland Philanthropy Network for a virtual networking session. This will be a semi-structured opportunity to meet new colleagues or get to know peers a little more. Our virtual speed networking will primarily be 1:1 breakouts. We will have some prompts but feel free to let the conversation flow.
As the District reopens schools, Maryland is also experiencing its first-ever virtual legislative session. Legislation around digital equity, childcare, and the overturn of the veto for the Blueprint for Maryland’s Future are critical for the future of Maryland’s children. Maryland Philanthropy Network is pleased to host Melissa Broome, Director of Policy and Legislative Affairs, for a conversation about City Schools’ legislative priorities for the 2021 state legislative session and the state plan around funding.
As the COVID-19 outbreak evolves, we are convening members, grantees, and government sector partners to stay connected, informed, and to support collaborative action. At this Exchange, representatives from Baltimore County will provide an update on their COVID vaccine distribution efforts.
This is the annual meeting of Maryland Philanthropy Network leaders (staff and chairs) of affinity groups, projects, and roundtables. At this meeting we will discuss affinity group planning and collaboration.
As the COVID-19 outbreak evolves, we are convening members, grantees, and government sector partners to stay connected, informed, and to support collaborative action.
Join Maryland Philanthropy Network and co-host Robert W. Deutsch Foundation for a funder conversation designed to investigate the possibility of establishing a Digital Equity Fund for Baltimore. We’ll be joined by guest speakers who will share their experiences related to Digital Equity Funds, as well as help us better understand the potential for federal funding for local projects.