Join us as we outline solutions that you can use to help mid-sized organizations adapt, grow, innovate, and keep on doing what they do so well.
Foundations on the Hill (FOTH) brings together foundation leaders from across the country for meetings with Congress about key issues of importance to foundations and philanthropy.
This two-day workshop provides individuals responsible for grant funding decisions with the tools and resources to increase the effectiveness of their grants.
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.
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.
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.
Indiana's philanthropic sector convenes in Indianapolis on June 7-8, 2018, to inspire excellence and increase our impact for social good.
Pricing (member / non-member)
- Full Conference: $335 / $435
- June 7 Only: $199 / $260
- June 8 Only: $175 / $225
Join us to explore the three essential elements of effective collaboration and explore practical lessons on the how of collaboration.
The program will discuss how to navigate and engage a philanthropic family with many divergent interests while effectively blending personal and family giving.