It could not be clearer in those moments how firmly engrained white supremacy is in all the structures of our nation. The response from law enforcement at the Capitol was unrecognizable from the over-policing that occurs in many of the communities we serve and represent. The upswell of white supremacists came from across our country and from nearly every community. We at Maryland Philanthropy Network stand with our colleagues and leaders across the country in calling for change. Our communities and our future depend on it.
Maryland Philanthropy Network joined over 250 philanthropic leaders and peers, issued the following letter affirming the principles of a free, fair, and safe election season and asking fellow leaders to do the same.
The Board of Directors of Maryland Philanthropy Network (MPN) is pleased to announce the
Maryland Philanthropy Network Board of Directors has initiated a search for a new executive. MPN is seeking a President and CEO who is passionate about strategic philanthropy and its potential to make a positive difference in the region. The new executive will lead the continued evolution of this respected membership organization and will uphold its commitment to being a leading voice in advancing racial equity.
The coronavirus pandemic has pushed many people into a new workplace exclusively at home, while others go into the office one or two days a week. Some essential employees are always at the office, but the number of employees in a workspace has dr
Outgoing city councilman and incoming comptroller Bill Henry has tapped two top staffers for when he takes office in December, and has also selected a who’s-who of Baltimore business and nonprofit leaders to help steer the office’
535 philanthropic leaders, representing nearly every state across the country, issued a letter to the US Department of Commerce with a clear message: Don’t cut the census short.
Maryland Philanthropy Network (the Network), a statewide membership association representing more than 130 organizations, announced the appointment of five new members to its Board of Directors, as well as the slate of officers fo
As president of the Maryland Philanthropy Network, a statewide, Baltimore-based association that represents some 130 organizations, Celeste Amato helps manage some $9 billion in charitable assets.
Maryland Philanthropy Network joined a public statement issued today by our colleagues at the Washington Regional Association of Grantmakers regarding funding for the District of Columbia as part of federal legisl