Maryland Nonprofits invites you to their Annual Conference. The two day action-packed conference of learning, networking, and fun, includes two keynotes by two amazing women, Makani Themba (Chief Strategist, Higher Ground Change Strategies) and Amy Sample Ward (CEO, Nonprofit Technology Network). 11 total CEUs available over both days – 5 on the first and 6 on the second - including a 3-CEU session on ethics for social workers. Complete session descriptions and presenter info coming soon!
Interns working at Maryland Philanthropy Network member foundations, federated funds, and corporations are invited to learn more broadly about the world of philanthropy and to share their summer experiences with their peers.
The Maryland Philanthropy Network invites the staff and board members of nonprofit 501(c)3 organizations and social enterprises to our recurring program on foundations and the broader landscape of philanthropy in Maryland.
Recognizing the critical partnership between nonprofits and funders in affecting the change we seek in our communities, The Maryland Philanthropy Network has joined its strategic partner, Maryland Nonprofits, to present the 2017 Annual Conference: Celebrate, Reflect, and Envision the Future.
"For Grantseekers: Meet and Understand Community Investment Funders" is an opportunity for nonprofit organizations to better understand how community development and capacity building funders make grant decisions.
The Maryland Philanthropy Network invites the staff and board members of nonprofit 501(c)3 organizations and social enterprises to an introduction to foundations and the broader landscape of philanthropy in Maryland.
"For Grantseekers: Meet and Understand Health Funders" is an opportunity for nonprofit organizations to better understand how health funders make grantmaking decisions.
Presented directly by a program officer who reviews hundreds of proposals each year, the Maryland Philanthropy Network invites new and experienced grant proposal writers to a step by step presentation to writing a full proposal grantmakers will want to receive. You will hear the “never ever do this” and the “be sure to do that”. This is a great workshop for grantseekers new to the field.
Baltimore is home to 18,000 disconnected youth – young people ages 16 to 24 who are neither working nor in school. Several organizations are working collaboratively to create new paths to opportunity for these young people. Please join us for a stimulating forum with workforce development leaders, policy experts and youth leaders to explore what works and how to strengthen Baltimore’s approach.