Join Maryland Philanthropy Network for a conversation with Dr. John Brothers of the T. Rowe Price Foundation who will share findings from the 2022 State of the Baltimore Nonprofit Sector Report. From this comprehensive report, you will learn about ten trends related to the health and effectiveness of the nonprofit sector in Baltimore and implications for philanthropy. Key concepts that will be covered include shifting the paradigm around nonprofit outcomes, racial equity, nonprofit leadership, and trust-based philanthropy. Come learn what you can do in the movement to build a stronger sector, ways to increase the health and capacity of organizations along with evidence-based strategies to better serve grantees.
This webinar, hosted by the United Philanthropy Forum and Foundation Center, will begin with a compelling case for greater transparency; provide an overview of the powerful and free tools designed to help you improve the transparency of your found
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