Please join Maryland Philanthropy Network and Exponent Philanthropy members for an engaging conversation with Ruth Masterson on data and trends in giving, salaries, investing, and much more in foundations that operate with few or no staff.
Philanthropy has a powerful voice with which it can talk about racial equity and inclusion.
Please join your colleagues to learn more about asset investments and board engagement as part of the Maryland Philanthropy Network and Mission Investors Exchange partnership series.
Please join the Family League of Baltimore to receive updates and information about their comprehensive Management Information System.
Please join your colleagues to learn more about tips, tools and lessons learned in Impact Investing, as part of the Maryland Philanthropy Network and Mission Investors Exchange partnership series.
The inequity and racial disparities that many foundations seek to address are often perpetuated by policies that not only disadvantage communities of color but also over-advantage whites and white-led organizations seeking funding.
What is impact investing and why would a foundation want to carry this out?
Maryland Philanthropy Network is pleased to host our annual Responsive Philanthropy in the Black Community (RPBC) Training.
Youth and young adults in low-income families often lack access to activities — academic, recreational, enrichment or work experience — that keep them engaged over the summer. In 2016, nine organizations — the Abell Foundation, Annie E.