Join us for our next State of the Sector Workgroup meeting featuring the State of the Sector Report with Dr. John Brothers, President of T. Rowe Price Foundation where we will continue our rich field building discussions and follow up on key ideas generated at the September meeting related to top priorities that are emerging as focal points for the collective work of the group. In addition, we will further explore the development of a common language around key concepts and dig deeper into starting points for taking action.
Maryland Philanthropy Network is proud to support the Maryland Nonprofits 2023 Annual Conference "Big Conversations on Equity and Leadership." No matter your job role, experience level, or preferences regarding virtual versus in-person programming, this two-day hybrid event features something for everyone.
Join us for a meeting of the State of the Sector Workgroup featuring the State of the Sector Report with Dr. John Brothers, President of T. Rowe Price Foundation. At this second meeting of the workgroup, participants will learn the top priorities that will become the focal points for collective work, develop a common language around key concepts, and determine starting points for taking action.
In February, when the Open Society Institute – Baltimore announced its closure, MPN committed to convene members to discuss the implications.
Youth Grantmakers (YG) is a permanent, youth-led grantmaking body through which private and public youth-serving resources can flow. Baltimore’s Promise serves as the organizational home for this initiative working with local Funders and youth themselves to create a pooled grantmaking model. This intergenerational, grantmaking model has been developed in partnership with older youth from Baltimore City ages 16-24 as the inaugural cohort of YGs.
According to the Baltimore City Youth Opportunities Landscape, only 9% of youth opportunities are available to youth ages 16-24 who have graduated high school or are not in school or working. Therefore, in response to the overwhelming need for more opportunities, this first cycle of grantmaking distributed $525,000 in resources to support 10 youth-serving organizations providing economic opportunity and mobility programming for Baltimore City older youth ages 16-24.
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 Sector Report. From this comprehensive report, you will learn about ten trends related to the health and effectiveness of the nonprofit sector in Baltimore and implications for philanthropy. Key concepts that will be covered include shifting the paradigm around nonprofit outcomes, racial equity, nonprofit leadership, and trust-based philanthropy. Come learn what you can do in the movement to build a stronger sector, ways to increase the health and capacity of organizations along with evidence-based strategies to better serve grantees.
Maryland Philanthropy Network is proud to support the Maryland Nonprofits 2022 Annual Conference "This is the moment to care". This year is Maryland Nonprofits' 30th Anniversary and their annual conference is an important part of the celebrations.