In 2008, City Schools adopted a model for school budgeting called “fair student funding” to put as many dollars as possible directly in schools, whose communities know best what their students need. According to City Schools, a number of changes have occurred since then.
Maryland’s state budget is a critical policy document that not only reflects our state's values, but also determines future economic opportunities and outcomes for all Marylanders.
Together, as the Maryland Community Foundations Maryland Philanthropy Network (MCFA), we speak with one voice in promoting philanthropy to benefit towns, cities and rural areas across the state. Community Foundations specialize in helping individu
This is an opportunity for Maryland Philanthropy Network members to observe the legislative session and learn about the legislative process first hand.
The Basic Human Needs Affinity Group seeks to raise awareness about critical human service needs, to share information about new and current strategies to keep vulnerable residents from falling into crisis, and to foster the coordination of servic
All funders with an interest in environment, community greening, sustainability, climate change, and food systems are invited to join the Green Funders to brainstorm issues for 2018 programs and to share with colleagues their favorite projects and
Maryland Philanthropy Network is pleased to suggest to its members, as part of our Democracy and the Social Sector Series, Maryland Nonprofits annual legislative preview event in Annapolis. See you there!
This event has been canceled. We apologize for any inconvenience.