For this program, research faculty and students from the Lilly Family School of Philanthropy explore recent findings on how funders choose to support youth philanthropy programming. We’ll also hear recommendations from Foundation Center’s Scanning the Landscape of Youth Philanthropy report.
During this webcast, faculty from Columbia University and staff from Magnified Giving explore classroom-based grantmaking programs.
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Meet with local legislators and your colleagues to discuss important philanthropic issues.
In Indiana, 30 percent of children (including many kindergarteners) are left unsupervised in the afternoons (source: Afterschool Alliance). A series of two webinars with Indiana Grantmakers Alliance, in partnership with the Indiana Afterschool Network, will explore how can funders can reach this critical population in need of quality, affordable afterschool programs.
Derrin Slack of ProACT Indy and Ryan Steuer of Magnified Giving will explore concrete examples of service-learning projects that have an impact on the community and also engage the minds of youth.
K21 Health Foundation approved grants for both Warsaw Community Schools (WCS) and Lakeland Christian Academy (LCA) to introduce garden towers into some of their classrooms, which resulted in a great way for kids to learn about nutrition and a farm-to-table approach to healthy living.
Bloomington to host second Indiana Early Learning Economic Development Summit on June 5th.
What does the term “philanthropist” mean? Would you consider yourself to be one? What factors influence how and when people give, whether that means volunteering time or donating money?