Please join Maryland Philanthropy Network and your nonprofit colleagues for a presentation by experienced Certified Public Accountant, Leah Abrams of L. Abrams & Company, LLC. Ms. Abrams will describe the main financial management issues currently facing nonprofits, various approaches to developing a budget, ways to tell the story of your work through numbers, and what funders are looking for in your budget. There will also be time to have your specific questions and concerns answered. You’ll leave with practical tips and resources for further learning about budgeting and nonprofit financial management.
Join Maryland Philanthropy Network’s evolving peer group Emergent Philanthropy for a discussion rooted in adrienne maree brown’s book Emergent Strategy: Shaping Change, Changing Worlds (pages 1 - 50) but reading the book is not necessary. This month’s discussion will focus on the principles of emergent strategy and begin to unpack the elements of emergent strategy some as well.
Join Maryland Philanthropy Network’s evolving peer group Emergent Philanthropy for a discussion rooted in adrienne maree brown’s book Emergent Strategy: Shaping Change, Changing Worlds (pages 1 - 40) but reading the book is not necessary. The will focus on how to practice humility in this work; how to grow connections that are "intertwined and create a system of strength" in lieu of setting intentions to do better; and how to create a vision that centers humans and the natural world vs. material possessions.
Join Maryland Philanthropy Network’s evolving peer group Emergent Philanthropy for a discussion of adrienne maree brown’s book Emergent Strategy: Shaping Change, Changing Worlds. This peer discussion will focus on the introduction, which includes pages 1 - 40. Bring your questions, your favorite quotes, and a curious attitude. If you're not able to read the book, you are welcome to join the discussion as well.
Join Maryland Philanthropy Network and your communication peers in philanthropy for a conversation on crisis communications, shifting and prioritizing communications tasks, mitigating misinformation, and centering equity in our work and conversations.
Maryland Philanthropy Network invites the staff and board members of nonprofit 501(c)3 organizations and social enterprises to our recurring program on foundations and the broader landscape of philanthropy in Maryland. This learning opportunity is most appropriate to new grantseekers and to nonprofit organizations in Baltimore and central Maryland.
"For Grantseekers: You Got the Grant, So Now What?" is an opportunity for nonprofit organizations to better understand how foundations use evaluation and reporting, and the best ways to engage funders for long-term relationship building.
Maryland Philanthropy Network is pleased to host our annual training for funders, Advancing Racial Equity in Grantmaking, in partnership with ABFE: A Philanthropic Partnership for Black Communities.
This program has been canceled. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
Join the Maryland Philanthropy Network’s Rising Leaders for a session to discuss how to more effectively have conversations about racial and ethnic equity and inclusion.