Please join Maryland Philanthropy Network and Mission Investors Exchange for a discussion about place-based impact investing practices in Maryland. Several case studies will be shared and discussed to understand what it looks like for foundations to elevate community priorities by investing in place.
Out of an abundance of caution, we have decided to postpone this program. We apologize for any inconvenience.
Maryland Philanthropy Network Members receive $100 discount to this Council on Foundations two-day investment seminar.
Fee for COF/Maryland Philanthropy Network Members: $ 545 ($425 early bird rate)
RESOURCE FOR MEMBERS ONLY
We have spent a great deal of time in recent weeks connecting with our clients and friends who oversee endowments and foundations, listening to their concerns and offering counsel as we all navigate this pandemic and its impact on our communities.
The T. Rowe Price Foundation and nonprofit groups plan to open a center in downtown Baltimore to encourage entrepreneurship and financial health among low- and moderate-income residents.
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The racial wealth gap has been a widely acknowledged phenomenon in the academic and policy realms for years, and has become an important issue in the run-up to the 2020 election.