The National Center for Family Philanthropy limits attendance to private and family foundation staff and trustees only.*
We know from past disasters that there are many phases of rebuilding and recovery, and during this time there is a great risk to populations whose needs will not be supported. How do you identify those needs and what strategies will work best? How do you decide what portion of your grants budget to dedicate to immediate, near-, and long-term support for your grantees and the community at large? And how can you help nonprofits reimagine and reinvent their work based on the new realities they face, and provide targeted capacity-building support to help them adapt to these changes? Participate in this conversation around short- and long-term funding options and a broad discussion of how to support resiliency in the nonprofit sector and our grantee communities.
- Karen Keating Ansara, Co-founder, Ansara Family Fund
- Diana Scearce, Principal, Diana Scearce Consulting
- Orlando Watkins, Vice President for Programs, The Boston Foundation
The National Center for Family Philanthropy limits attendance to private and family foundation staff and trustees.
Registration is available until June 11th.
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