Join us as we examine how philanthropy is leveraging the reverse scholarship model to combat the "brain drain."
This program will provide tools and best practices to use in determining and implementing donor intent when the donor is no longer engaged with the foundation.
Join NCFP as we look at examples of the growing variety of approaches families can use to increase the overall impact of their giving.
The IPA Day at the Statehouse is our opportunity each year to advocate for philanthropy—and issues important to philanthropy—with a strong, unified voice.
This webinar outlines strategies you can use to help small and emerging organizations adapt, grow, innovate, and keep on doing what they do so well.
Tune in to this webinar to hear from Partners for a Competitive Workforce discuss why employers can’t fill jobs, what to do about it, and how you can leverage your CSR to address the challenges in your community.
Join NCFP’s president, Ginny Esposito, as she interviews family members from multiple generations to gain insights on how your family can consider keeping the family in family giving.
This webinar will feature the stories of foundations that have created out-sized impact with their relatively small grants. Whether it’s health care, education, or the environment, the foundations and funds featured in this webinar have harnessed the power of leveraging their small grants for bigger impact.
Whether your work is regional, national, or global, the structure and approach that you use to activate local giving can have a big impact on your effectiveness. Join us to hear from peers in the field that have broken through the place-based barrier to achieve cohesive giving strategies that still allow for local autonomy.
Don't wait until a breach of privacy to talk about your community foundation's IT security.
Join us as we celebrate the top resources from across the youth philanthropy field. We will hear from those who developed resources and youth from programs who have used or implemented these tools.
The majority of community foundations in the U.S. are accredited via the National Standards program, highlighting each’s accountability, integrity, and overall commitment to excellence in community philanthropy.
ACCP is rolling out a new event series open to IPA members at discounted pricing!
At the request of our northern colleagues, GIFT has added a Boot Camp that will be held in Fort Wayne, Indiana. This is in addition to the Fall Boot Camp that will be held in September in Indianapolis.
Most legal mistakes are inadvertent and avoidable – foundations just need to know what to look out for, and where to look for help. Join this interactive session for a discussion on how foundations navigate potential legal issues safely.
Running a foundation involves a lot of paperwork and process. This takes time away from engaging with grantees, developing and stewarding donors. working with board members, and connecting with your community.
This webinar series is scheduled to help guide any funders interested in getting on the map. We will walk through instructions for sharing all the necessary grants data to make your regional map come to life.
Taking a comprehensive and proactive approach to talent management can help you to retain and develop talent, identify gaps, and be best-prepared for staff transitions.