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Youth Philanthropy Partner Network

Publication date: 
April, 2020
Source(s): 
Indiana Philanthropy Alliance
Youth Philanthropy Partner Network

What is the Youth Philanthropy Partner Network?

The Youth Philanthropy Partner Network is a network of community organizations and individuals that meet quarterly to promote and raise the awareness of youth philanthropy. Partners assist their fellow colleagues with creative ideas for engaging youth, collaborate on events that foster the awareness of youth philanthropy, and share innovative ideas for integrating philanthropic concepts into programming. Our partners share the belief that through active philanthropic engagement youth will develop life-long habits of giving and serving, grow to be dynamic young leaders, and become fully engaged citizens within their communities.

Meetings are held quarterly at a varying host location. Each meeting includes time for a light breakfast, networking, and a professional development presentation on a topic central to youth philanthropy. Additionally, members may participate in a closed Facebook group or utilize the group listserv to facilitate discussion and networking between in-person meetings.

How do I become a member?

Partner Network members are not required to be members of Indiana Philanthropy Alliance. The network offers three levels of membership: corporate, individual, and nonprofit, with dues payable in the fall. The program year run with the school year. For information about becoming a member please reach out to Julie Markland

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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