Foundations on the Hill (FOTH), presented by United Philanthropy Forum, is a multi-day event that brings together foundation leaders from across the country to DC for meetings with Congress about key issues of importance to foundations and philanthropy.
Foundations on the Hill (FOTH) is presented by United Philanthropy Forum. FOTH is a two-day event that brings together foundation leaders from across the country to DC for meetings with Congress about key issues of importance to foundations and philanthropy.
Join us for a live webcast viewing of the keynote address on the federal budget and tax outlook from Bob Greenstein, President of the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities. We will be joined by Benjamin Orr, Executive Director Maryland Center on Economic Policy who will provide a state and local perspective on the briefing. The purpose of the watch party is to help state and local funders: Gain a better understanding of this year’s pressing federal budget and tax issues and their impact on state budgets and economies; Discuss with peers the implications for programs serving children and families; and Consider grant making strategies and opportunities for collaboration with like-minded stakeholders.
Election Day 2018 is just weeks away! Please join the Funders' Committee for Civic Participation for a two part Maryland Philanthropy Network sponsored for a two part funders-only discussion series that is designed to share intelligence on timely, nonpartisan opportunities for philanthropy to help ensure full and fair participation in the democratic process. You will hear from your colleagues on critical gaps as well as exciting opportunities for rapid response funding to be effectively deployed.
Please join us for a casual reception to connect with colleagues, welcome new members and meet our new Board Chair, Tracey Barbour-Gillett, Abell Foundation.
We invite you to join us to watch along with other watch parties around the country and view a live webcast of the keynote address on the federal budget and tax outlook from Bob Greenstein, President of the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities.