Please join us together with OSI-Baltimore, Black Girls Vote, No Boundaries Coalition, and Baltimore Votes for a virtual roundtable about opportunities for funders to support a strong civic participation culture in Baltimore.
Philanthropy is crucial in maintaining a strong and equitable democracy. Such a democracy creates a culture of civic participation which enables communities to utilize collective power to shape systems and structures.
Join the Maryland Philanthropy Network's Public Policy Committee to discuss the 2020 Public Policy priorities and develop an advocacy strategy.
When looking at our issue advocacy strategies, how can we strengthen our understanding of evolving concepts like ballot initiatives, organizing, and direct action that together advance this work for the long term?
Join Senator Chris Van Hollen for a discussion on issues affecting nonprofit organizations and our communities. This convening will be focused on bridging the gap between the nonprofit sector and federal policymakers.
One of the Network’s key roles is to connect philanthropy with policymakers and public officials and we are pleased to welcome Bernard C.
As Maryland Philanthropy Network increases its role in raising important community issues and looks to promote its 2019 public policy priorities, this event represents an opportunity for Maryland Philanthropy Network members to participate in the 2019 Maryland General Assembly. It will be both an opportunity to learn about the legislative process first hand and engage key legislators.
A continuation of Maryland Philanthropy Network’s Democracy and the Social Sector, this interactive workshop is designed to help funders explore how community engagement can advance their and their grantees' results. Maryland Philanthropy Network's Democracy and the Social Sector is a series of programs designed to stimulate conversations and action on democracy-strengthening activities at the local, state and federal level to promote effective philanthropy and build stronger communities.