Maryland Philanthropy Network recognizes the potential burden of application and reporting practices on both grantseekers and grantmakers. Nonprofit organizations devote significant time to researching and writing grant proposals and reports, and grantmakers expend significant (often volunteer) time managing grants and evaluating how to best make a difference.
The Horizon Foundation awarded more than $1 million in grants in 2017 to community programs advancing the mission to improve health and wellness for people who live or work in Howard County, Md. The grants address community needs and target the Foundation’s strategic priorities to promote healthy lifestyles and increase access to quality, affordable health care.
The behind the scenes orchestration of managing and administering grants is often as varied as the grantmaking organizations themselves.
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Maryland Philanthropy Network, in partnership with Maryland Nonprofits and Idealware, is pleased to offer a new course designed to save you time by providing you with the impartial information you need to accelerate your evaluation process of Grants Management software.
Participatory grantmaking is helping to restore residential power in the C.A.R.E., McElderry Park and Middle East communities of East Baltimore. Please join us for an introduction to the inFusion Community Grants Program, an Annie E.
For the uninitiated, “managing up” is a relatively new concept that takes traditional management structures and principles and turns them upside down.
When asked, grantmakers had some interesting insights into the best and worst grants they have made.
Our Neighborhood Grants Program offers funding for projects that help neighborhoods in Baltimore City and Baltimore County become and remain safe, vibrant, clean and green, and to be supporters and champions of their local schools.
"For Grantseekers: You Got the Grant, So Now What?" is an opportunity for nonprofit organizations to better understand how foundations use evaluation and reporting, and the best ways to engage funders for long-term relationship building.
In an effort to maximize the state’s population count in the 2020 U.S.
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CHANGING THE FUTURE
Stepping Toward Equity…
In recent years, foundations and other funding institutions across the nation have turned their attention to the concept of incorporating a “DEI (Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion),” “REI Racial Equity and Inclusion),” “REEI (Racial and Ethnic Equity and Inclusion),” or “Healing and Reconciliation” Lens in their grantmaking processes.
Not discussed as often is the analytical frame that undergirds these marketing terms; the “change” the institutional funding entity is trying to address: expanding “diversity” — a more...
Our presenters will be YOU and your colleagues. We will have an open conversation to deepen our relationships and learn from each other's grantmaking experience in the community.
The Baltimore Community Foundation promotes the success of Baltimore’s communities, its residents and particularly its young people by supporting effective public schools and equipping neighborhoods with the resources they need to
Please join us on August 3rd to learn about Maryland's plans for its proposal - we will be joined by Margaret Williams, Executive Director of the Maryland Family Network. Maryland Family Network has two representatives on a nine-member leadership committee, drawn from the Governor-appointed Maryland Early Care and Education Advisory Council, that is providing guidance to MSDE staff on the design and development of Maryland’s proposal.
The Women’s Giving Circle of Frederick County announces that 39 grants totaling $210,000 have been presented to 24 area nonprofits serving women and children. The grants were presented during the 13th annual event held in June.