The National Center for Family Philanthropy limits attendance to private and family foundation staff and trustees only.*
Grantmaking is the fundamental element of a family philanthropy effort. The practice of grantmaking actualizes the motivations of a donor, advances their values, and accomplishes their aims and objectives. However, it requires careful planning and consideration. A family must decide on focus areas, articulate desired outcomes—near- and long-term—and identify the appropriate partners. And how you fund matters just as much as what you fund—getting input from community members, utilizing trust-based practices, and being responsive to current needs are all important elements of successful grantmaking.
- How to build or refresh your grantmaking strategy and approach
- Trust-based grantmaking practices
- How to identify the appropriate partners for near- and long-term outcomes
The National Center for Family Philanthropy limits attendance to private and family foundation staff and trustees.
List of Speakers in Formation
Registration is available until June 9th. Registrants will receive the webinar link a day prior to the program.
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