Ideal for foundation staff, donors, and others engaged in grantmaking, this workshop from The Grantmaking School provides practical tools and step-by-step guidance to help you navigate ethical challenges in grantmaking.
This two-day course from The Grantmaking School is designed to challenge grantmakers to learn as much about the grantee organization, program, and community as possible so that opportunities to build capacity and partnerships are recognized and supported.
This workshop is designed to ground you in the basics of Form 990 — including practical and purposeful ways to leverage information from a 990 with a nonprofit, financial, or foundation lens.
This interactive program presents a historical timeline to describe and examine milestones in the history of American philanthropy, weaving perspectives to analyze modern philanthropy’s quest for equity as practice, process, and vision.
This virtual program is designed for people interested in board service or those looking to strengthen and refresh their knowledge and skills, and for executive directors to more effectively work with their boards.
Philanthropy 101 is a two-day, online course designed to ground new professionals in the basics of foundations, nonprofits, grantmaking, the field of philanthropy, and how philanthropy interacts with other sectors — namely, business and government.
This interactive, virtual course will help funders and nonprofit professionals better understand the funding perspective and how to use 990s as a tool to assess organizational or collective impact.
This workshop from The Grantmaking School explores a trust-based, risk-tolerance/management framework that both honors the grantee partnership and leads to increased impact.
This interactive workshop will explore the evolving role of volunteer managers in the U.S., as well as current trends, strategies, and tools for effective volunteer management.
This two-day, interactive course takes a deep dive into the fundamentals of grant proposal financial review and analysis, including organization and project budgets, financial statements, audits, and the IRS Form 990/990EZ.