Join Christopher Rockey, Senior Vice President and Market Manager of Greater Maryland Community Development at PNC Bank, and James Wahls, Senior Investment Analyst at Annie E. Casey Foundation, to learn more about how the Baltimore Small Business Technical Assistance Fund has built a supportive ecosystem for small businesses owned by people of color.
Please join John Brothers, President of the T. Rowe Price Foundation, at our next Family Philanthropy Roundtable meeting.
All funders interested in community development, workforce development, affordable housing and the creative arts are welcome to attend this briefing. Part presentation, part workshop, this briefing will lift up a new model for community growth; one that increases the impact for low- and moderate-income families while bringing vital services back into historically marginalized neighborhoods.
Join us for a presentation providing an overview of the current fiscal sponsor landscape in Maryland, the purpose and difference between fiscal agency and fiscal sponsorship, and national standards and best practices.
This discussion, convened by the Arts Funders Affinity Group, will begin with some information sharing about the expectations for Baltimore’s Arts and Entertainment Districts’ nonprofit host organization and for what they are being held accountable and move into a strategic discussion about possible collective actions to maximize the benefits of and support to Arts and Entertainment Districts so that they continue to generate innumerable social and economic benefits inherent in creative placemaking projects.
Join a conversation with Brett Egan, President of the DeVos Institute, about this program and what the Institute is learning related to the capacity of arts organizations in Baltimore. We’ll also discuss the interests of Maryland Philanthropy Network members and how we can advance the diverse arts and cultural sector in our region toward long-term sustainability.
Capacity building can take nonprofits to the next level by leveraging strengths and addressing areas of need. Investing in a cohort of grantees is an efficient and effective way to build their collective capacity and foster a vibrant network. But where do you start?