Hear from the experts on national trends, data, and research on this topic as well as from your peers who have successfully engaged next generation leaders.
Designed especially for community foundation finance staff, join your fellow finance minds in an under-the-hood look at essentials in finance for community foundations.
Join other leaders in Indiana philanthropy to learn from Dr. Annie Harper of the Yale Program for Recovery and Community Health, get a closer understanding of local work from panel of experts, and engage in discussion with one another in topical discussion groups.
The 2018 Small Cities Conference at Ball State University brings together academics and policy makers to tackle the economic and social challenges facing vulnerable communities and examines these issues from a variety of perspectives.
How do you balance what you share externally with your family’s need for privacy? And what are the benefits and challenges of being transparent in your communications and relationships? Join NCFP as we explore this topic with family philanthropy experts. Additional details and speakers coming soon.
Community leadership – in its many forms – often starts with an idea with an uncertain path forward. Sometimes a staff member or donor has the idea. Other times it comes from a coalition, elected official, or even another funder.
As we work to increase our impact in the communities we serve, we must think beyond our own backyard as foundations are considering how their communities are connected with and interdependent on their region. Join this webinar to hear from community foundations that have used their grantmaking and leadership muscle to take a regional approach to their work.
Boot Camp is an extensive two-day workshop for community foundation staff and board members. The purpose of Boot Camp is to provide an overview of the structure and operations of a community foundation. Boot Camp covers eight topics and takes tw
Companies are finding success by supporting community wellness and a culture of health in their workplace.
Join NCFP as we discuss these and other questions about how to support bettering society and communities.
The Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy will present the latest findings from the recently released Global Philanthropy Environment Index, followed by a discussion led by corporate, government, and nonprofit leaders on what the results mean for Indiana.
Join us to hear how two foundations found success by putting a unique twist on Giving Days.
Nobel Prize-winning economist James Heckman argues that investments made during a child’s early years offer the biggest bang for the buck, creating significant long-term benefits for both the child and society. Establishing Children’s Savings Accounts (CSAs) is one such investment and sends all children the message that they have the potential and the support needed for academic success and economic mobility, regardless of where they come from or their family’s finances.
Join us for a free webinar led by CliftonLarsonAllen, where we’ll discuss specific tax reform provisions that affect nonprofit organizations.
To mark the twenty-fifth anniversary of the publication of the first Arts Funding benchmark study, Grantmakers in the Arts commissioned arts philanthropy researcher Steven Lawrence to prepare a reflection on changes in arts and culture funding over the past twenty-five years.
In his 30th Anniversary Speaker Series lecture, Joel L. Fleishman draws on insights from his new book, Putting Wealth to Work, to both tell the unprecedented story of this movement of socially motivated capital and how it may unavoidably change the American economy and the world at large.
This webinar will outline solutions that you can use to help large organizations adapt, grow, innovate, and keep on doing what they do so well.
As NCFP celebrates their 20th Anniversary, we invite you to participate in an exciting new program. NCFP is using the opportunity of this anniversary to “Imagine the Future” of the field of family philanthropy.
This two-day workshop provides individuals responsible for grant funding decisions with the tools and resources to increase the effectiveness of their grants.