Maryland Philanthropy Network is proud to support the Maryland Nonprofits 2021 Annual Conference. This year's fully virtual three-day conference will be filled with interesting sessions surrounding the theme "Getting Ready For Growth."
This year, Maryland Philanthropy Network’s Health Funders will be conducting a series of programs exploring Social Determinants of Health topics, to better understand the roles of all funder groups in advancing health equity.
Join Christopher Rockey, Senior Vice President and Market Manager of Greater Maryland Community Development at PNC Bank, and James Wahls, Senior Investment Analyst at Annie E. Casey Foundation, to learn more about how the Baltimore Small Business Technical Assistance Fund has built a supportive ecosystem for small businesses owned by people of color.
Advancing racial equity and supporting marginalized communities require intentional power shifting and the redistribution of wealth. Join the Rising Leaders for a brown bag discussion about strategies Maryland funders can use to promote systems of liberation in our communities.
Fund the People will help Maryland Philanthropy Network members better understand how to bake talent-investing, the intentional deployment of resources to support and develop nonprofit professionals and leaders, into their strategy and grantmaking
Join a conversation with Brett Egan, President of the DeVos Institute, about this program and what the Institute is learning related to the capacity of arts organizations in Baltimore. We’ll also discuss the interests of Maryland Philanthropy Network members and how we can advance the diverse arts and cultural sector in our region toward long-term sustainability.
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?
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