This session will present 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.
FREE! This virtual lunch & learn with Dr. Bill Cleveland will provide specific insights and tools to help you determine how to best generate sufficient revenue to cover budgeted expenses in your nonprofit organization.
Presented in partnership with the Council on Foundations, this two-hour workshop from The Grantmaking School provides practical tools and step-by-step guidance for navigating ethical challenges in grantmaking.
This 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.
FREE! Join researcher Melyssa Tsai O’Brien to explore social determinants of health data in Grand Rapids, Michigan, as a case study to help you better understand approaches to strategies that promote action aimed at equitable opportunity and health.
This 4-hour session 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.