In this special, family foundation trustee- and staff-only event, we’ll explore strategies family foundations can take to engage more deeply in grantmaking that builds toward long-term social change. The webinar will draw from case studies highlighted in NCRP’s new Families Funding Change report, as well as the real life experiences of family members and trustees who have made the transition toward social justice giving.
NCRP Executive Director Aaron Dorfman will lead a discussion with three leaders in the philanthropic sector who have shifted their organizations from the role of funder and convener towards a more active and vocal role as partner and advocate.
Why do foundations use consultants? Noticeably absent on the list of reasons is learning – yet learning is a particularly important attribute for foundations that grapple with complex issues in dynamic environments. This webinar will help you understand how to be more explicit about the value of fostering a learning culture in your foundation within the context of any consulting engagement, & will enable both you and your consultant partners to more proactively strive for & achieve learning.
Do you know the real cost to your nonprofit of running each individual program? Developing an accurate budget can help you better understand your programs true costs. This webinar will demonstrate a free, newly developed planning tool designed to assist nonprofits with aligning budget line items for restricted (and unrestricted) revenue sources.
Capacity building can take nonprofits to the next level by leveraging strengths and addressing areas of need. Investing in a cohort of grantees is an efficient and effective way to build their collective capacity and foster a vibrant network. But where do you start?