This is an opportunity for Maryland Philanthropy Network members to observe the legislative session and learn about the legislative process first hand.
The United Philanthropy Forum Policy Team and others will provide the philanthropic sector an update on the national policy scene.
Whether a seasoned advocate or at a foundation determined to step into the civic engagement realm for the first time, start the new year with a refresher on the breadth of activities foundations can legally engage in and fund while remaining nonpa
Maryland Philanthropy Network is pleased to suggest to its members, as part of our Democracy and the Social Sector Series, Maryland Nonprofits annual legislative preview event in Annapolis. See you there!
Community Health Centers serve as the primary medical home for more than 27 million people in 9,800 rural and urban communities across America.
The Trump administration announced on September 5, that the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program will be terminated in March 2018, throwing the futures of nearly 800,000 immigrants into uncertainty.
Maryland Philanthropy Network continues to look for ways in which funders can stay engaged with public policy in the off-season to help affect systemic change in education. To that end, we are hosting a conversation with Dr. William E. (Brit) Kirwan for a discussion on the Commission on Innovation and Excellence in Education.
Join the Education Affinity Group for a follow-up program to learn about outcomes from this year's state legislative session.
Please join the Maryland Philanthropy Network Workforce Affinity Group where we will hear from Elisabeth Sachs, Job Opportunities Task Force; Robin McKinney, Maryland CASH Campaign; John Nethercut
Please join the Behavioral Health Funders Group where we will hear from Ann Ciekot from National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence; Adrienne Breidenstine and Stacey Jefferson from Behavioral Health System Baltimore; an