Maryland Philanthropy Network members are invited to a meet and greet with Baltimore City Mayor Brandon Scott and his team. We welcome the opportunity to foster relationships between the philanthropic community and city leadership.
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The Prenatal-to-Five (PN-5) Affinity Group was created to help funders who are interested in supporting expectant parents, and children from birth through age five and their families improve their grantmaking by learning more about initiatives, educational research, and best practices.
We value racial equity as an organizational operating principle and are committed to continued learning on issues related to race, equity, diversity, and inclusion.
This program is at capacity and is no longer accepting registrations. Please add your name to the waitlist and we will contact you if space opens up.
Join Maryland Philanthropy Network for our quarterly peer-to-peer exchange for education funders! Topics for June are the following:
Please join Maryland Philanthropy Network's Health Funders Affinity Group and Public Policy Funders for a deeper dive discussing the complexities in meeting the objectives of two health bills passed at the 2022 Le
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In 2021, Maryland passed legislation that set up the Growing Opportunities in Family Child Care (GOFCC) program to provide targeted support for individuals to open a registered (licensed) family child care program. During this meeting, Laura Weeldreyer and Lacey Egerton from Maryland Family Network will present details about GOFCC, an implementation grant process, and how the initiative contributes an important solution to help address the child care crisis.
We are a statewide membership association representing around 110 private and community foundations, intermediaries, corporations, donor advised funds, and public charities.
Maryland Philanthropy Network welcomes new members each year and we are eager to include you in our network!
This peer group is focused on topics related to community greening, sustainability, and environmental protection. Group discussions are often cross-sectoral, examining the impact of environmental issues on community development, human health, or economic welfare. Participating members come from a wide range of grant-making backgrounds and diverse areas of expertise.
The Wyncote Foundation recently released a report on recent digital media efforts during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Join Maryland Philanthropy Network for a peer learning exchange for arts and culture funders! In the past year we’ve learned about the Financial Impact of COVID on the Arts in Maryland, Supporting Leaders of Color in the Arts and Creative Economy in Maryland, and Arts Grantmakers’ Changes in Practice and Sharing Session. We’ll now take some time to integrate our learnings, share what we are thinking about and focusing on, and discuss our plans for the coming year.
The Prenatal to Five Affinity Group meets bi-monthly. 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. Any Maryland Philanthropy Network member who would like to connect and learn about investing in and supporting Prenatal to Five spaces is welcome.