Updates from the Baltimore Integration Partnership, a project hosted by the Maryland Philanthropy Network. READ MORE
With seven active Affinity Groups, the learning and action among our funder members is rich and varied, but also has the potential to be compartmentalized and silo-ed. This year, based on guidance from members and staff, we have been intentional about learning and engaging across our Affinity Groups.Food Quantity vs. Quality - Do We Have to Choose? READ MORE
We have long said that philanthropy has more to contribute to improving community conditions than just dollars.
And at the Maryland Philanthropy Network’ Annual Meeting, Leslie Crutchfield... READ MORE
I recently attended a Living Cities Integration Initiative site visit to the Twin Cities for some cross-site learning, and saw how affective their collective impact approach is. Through the Corridors of Opportunity initiative, they are working to build and develop a world-class regional transit system focused on seven transit corridors at various stages of operation, construction and planning. READ MORE
I had the great pleasure of working with Maryland Philanthropy Network on the Next Generation Project this winter. Working closely with Betsy and Adam, I served as overall project manager. It was a wonderful way to connect my experience with Maryland Philanthropy Network as member of a local family foundation and my work as a social enterprise consultant. READ MORE