All arts and culture funders are invited to hear Nicholas Cohen, Executive Director, Maryland Citizens for the Arts, share findings from their research and to join in a discussion about the implications of these findings as well shifts in funding and support for the arts throughout Maryland and in Baltimore specifically. We’ll provide ample time for all participants to deepen collaboration by sharing information, current opportunities, lessons learned and queries about supporting the arts in Maryland.
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Consumer Health First's Executive Director, Jeananne Sciabarra, and President, Leni Preston, will present on the potential impact in Maryland of federal efforts to repeal the ACA.
This session will be an opportunity to reconnect on impact investing, share reflections on national and local conversations, and determine key next areas of learning enabling Maryland Philanthropy Network staff to coordinate relevant ongoing convening of the roundtable.
2020 Fund to Advance Impact
Organized by our colleagues at Washington Grantmakers, this grantmaking practice workshop may be of interest. Cost: $125.
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This peer group is focused on learning together about the needs of pregnant women and families with children up to age 5 and how to best support them.
This report documents the experiences, successes and lessons learned during the Learning and Action Agenda Project, an effort to provide local grantmakers with information and strategies around issues of importance to the Casey Foundation —particularly around the Foundation’s Family Economic Success framework — and to motivate them to take action on those issues within their own communities and networks.
What is impact investing and why would a foundation want to carry this out?
The 2020 Fund to Advance Impact was launched to enhance Maryland Philanthropy Network’s visibility and accessibility, support the organization's move to new office space, and expand the ways in which the organization supports the evolving needs and aspirations of our statewide membership enhancing the engagement and impact of Maryland's philanthropic community. We're pleased to share the 2020 Fund to Advance Impact Report below and to express our deep gratitude to all those who contributed and made the Fund a success.
Maryland Philanthropy Network is pleased to announce the formation of the Prenatal to Five Impact Collaborative (PN-5 Impact Collaborative). This group is for funders interested in learning together about the needs of pregnant women and families with children up to age 5 and how to best support them.
The Greater Washington Community Foundation announced it will dedicate $50,000 in funding for emergency cash and food relief for local workers, contractors and small business owners impacted by the partial Federal Government shutdown.
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