In February, when the Open Society Institute – Baltimore announced its closure, MPN committed to convene members to discuss the implications.
We are currently offering both virtual and in-person events. Each program will indicate the format offered: virtual and/or in-person. Masks are encouraged but optional for in-person gatherings.
We remain committed to creating a welcoming and inclusive environment; please feel free to review our Accessibility resources. If we can assist you with accommodations in order to fully participate in an event, please contact Elisabeth Hyleck, Director of Learning and Partnerships.
Please join Maryland Philanthropy Network members for a meet and greet with the new Secretary of the Maryland Department of Labor, Portia Wu, and Deputy Secretary, Jason Perkins-Cohen. The Maryland Department of Labor provides job development and employment... Read More
“The US spends a higher percentage of GDP on healthcare than any other OECD country, yet its citizens experience the worst health outcomes. One solution to this mismatch of expense with poor outcomes is to link every resident with a nurse/community health worker team.”*
Please... Read More
The purpose of Funders Together to End Homelessness Baltimore (FTEHB) is to bring private and public funders together to focus on structural and racial inequities related to housing instability, homelessness, and supportive services, and to prevent and end homelessness in the... Read More
The Seniors & Housing Collaborative Emergency Response Workgroup is committed to creating connections and partnerships between both Baltimore City / State agencies and community-based organizations to respond more effectively to future emergency situations. The group will... Read More
Join Maryland Philanthropy Network's Education Funders Affinity Group for a program with the Fund for Educational Excellence to learn about their new report on teacher retention.
In the first installment of their ongoing research on teacher retention and... Read More
Join Maryland Philanthropy Network for a discussion with local expert, Benjamin Orr, President and CEO of Maryland Center on Economic Policy, to learn about the federal and state budget landscape. Mr. Orr will share federal budget and... Read More
Over the course of a year, Philanthropy New York's Leadership Transitions Funders Group has engaged a group of NYC-based funders in building a community of practice. The goal has been to strengthen funder practices around supporting nonprofits going through leadership... Read More
Join Maryland Philanthropy Network and the Trust-Based Philanthropy Project for a 6-part webinar series focused on addressing common questions, clarifying misconceptions, and exploring ways to overcome obstacles in implementing trust-based philanthropy.... Read More
The Prenatal-to-Five (PN-5) Affinity Group was created to help funders who are interested in supporting expectant parents, and children from birth through age five and their families improve their grantmaking by learning more about initiatives, educational research, and best... Read More