Maryland Philanthropy Network and the Middendorf Foundation are proud to announce we are co-hosting a group of Summer Scholars through mid-July from the University of North Carolina Chap
Happy Spring MPN Members! I hope you and yours continue to stay safe as we emerge slowly and carefully. MPN will continue to deploy a cautious strategy to our convenings and host some hybrid events starting in May.
David Gilmore, deputy chief investment officer of The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation Inc., Owings Mills, Md., will assume the role of chief investment officer effective Sept. 1, said a news release Monday.
Happy almost Spring! I’m remembering the need to be patient as a child in Baltimore, watching forsythia bloom and crocuses popping to just be covered again by late winter snow.
Elisabeth Hyleck, Director of Programs and Partnerships for Maryland Philanthropy Network, was selected to participate in the Council of Foundations Career Pathways Program in 2022.
Happy New Year and my best wishes for a healthy and prosperous year ahead.
Maryland Philanthropy Network has joined our colleagues from the Nonprofit Infrastructure Investment Advocacy Group (NIIAG) in responding to The Build Back Better legislation expected to see Congressional action this week. Maggie Gunther
Maryland Philanthropy Network has joined Maryland Nonprofits and our colleagues across Maryland in responding to a call for ideas from the State for how the budget surplus should be allocated. MPN was part of a group of 170 practitioners and partners that came together to create a joint appeal the result of which is this letter to the Governor. Together, we urge the State to dedicate $1 billion of the projected budget surplus for targeted relief, and that $500 million of this commitment should continue in future budgets to assure sustainability and for more equitable disbursement of state resources in partnership with the social purpose sector.