*The National Center for Family Philanthropy limits attendance to private and family foundation staff and trustees only.*
As a funder looking to effect change within a largescale social, environmental, or economic problem, how do you decide as a family what you can do to make a difference? How do you find your role and define impact as you take on problems of an incredible scope? Join these philanthropists who have tackled major issues by finding specific focus areas, taking big bets, or collaborating effectively. Whether you are a small funder or large foundation, this webinar will highlight important actions you can take to have impact and create powerful change towards significant issues.
The National Center for Family Philanthropy limits attendance to private and family foundation staff and trustees.
- Meg Basemith, Co-Founder & Board President, Laughing Gull Foundation
- Keiki Kehoe, Co-Director, The Brainerd Foundation
- Ann Krumboltz, Co-Director, The Brainerd Foundation
Registration is available until January 8.
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