This third and final installment of the “Evaluation and Impact Investing” webinar series highlights the ways in which evaluators can use their skills to help investors at the end of an investment, including how to recalibrate their investments and identifying the social impacts to be measured in future investments.
This second webinar of our three-part series focuses on the role evaluators can play in monitoring and evaluating active investments, particularly from a gender lens.
This is the first in a three-part webinar series focuses on how to incorporate evaluative thinking into the early stages of the impact investing process.
In this webinar, three Giving Tuesday campaign leaders at the national, state, and city levels share stories and insights from their experiences leading and supporting regional movements.
In this webinar, we discuss how the growing gaps in our data could shape the future of fundraising, community giving, research, and policymaking.
Philanthropic families care about legacy as well as impact — but at times, honoring both can be a challenge. In this webinar, we discuss how both long-standing and newer family foundations are tackling this issue.
The Johnson Center for Philanthropy hosted the 46th annual ARNOVA conference — it's largest ever — in Grand Rapids, Michigan in November 2017. Nearly 1,000 philanthropic leaders, scholars, and researchers joined us to explore the role of nonprofit and philanthropic organizations in strengthening local communities all over the world.