Join Maryland Philanthropy Network for our quarterly peer-to-peer exchange for education funders!Come prepared to share information about a grant you are excited about, opportunities to collaborate, and new ideas you are exploring.
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.
The Seniors & Housing Collaborative Digital Equity Workgroup’s top priority is closing the digital gap for older adults and individuals with disabilities. Technology has become an increasingly important tool for this population to stay connected to each other and to 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
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
Baltimore Workforce Funders Collaborative (BWFC) meets each month. The Collaborative is a group of private and public funders committed to advancing equity, job quality and systems change efforts that lead to family-sustaining wages, strengthened communities and a vibrant local economy. BWFC... Read More
Join Maryland Philanthropy Network for a conversation with Dr. John Brothers of the T. Rowe Price Foundation who will share findings from the 2022 State of the Baltimore Nonprofit... Read More
Over 300 arts organizations, hundreds of independent artists, and millions of Marylanders benefit from strong, statewide investment in the nonprofit arts sector. Sustained growth in funding means arts communities throughout Maryland can continue to cultivate robust impactful programming,... Read More
Foundations on the Hill (FOTH) is a multi-day event that brings together foundation leaders, grantmakers, and regional associations from across the country to DC for meetings with Congress about key issues of... Read More
OSI-Baltimore recently announced that it will close in 2023 as part of Open Society Foundations’ process to evaluate its priorities and streamline its structure and footprint. All MPN members are invited to participate in an information session to learn more about the... Read More
One of the greatest values of membership is the colleagues you meet and the relationships you build with them. Join Maryland Philanthropy Network for a conversation with communication peers in philanthropy. Together, over coffee and tea, we will discuss what's on the mind of... Read More