Calendar of Events
The peacebuilding field continues to wrestle with questions of impact -how do we know that peacebuilding programs work? How do we measure the cumulative effect of programs in a given conflict area?
About 6,000 unaccompanied immigrant children from Central America were released to sponsors in New York State last year, the second highest receiving state after Texas.
Join us in conversation with three great leaders in the philanthropic field – Corinne Rieder, David Nee and Pam Flaherty. All of whom have had extensive careers in philanthropy and will retire or have recently retired from their roles.
Technology is always evolving, whether it’s a new program or updated software— new becomes old fairly quickly. Come and learn from your peers and other professionals about the latest tips and tools available to you in your administrative support role.
Scaling presents important opportunities and significant challenges for funders and grantees.
Join us at the CFF Annual Gathering to celebrate another year of organizing funders to transform our regional food system!
In the 1960's, ready or not, change was coming to America. A new revolutionary culture was emerging and those seeking to drastically transform the system believed radical change was not only feasbible, but imminent.
Consider issues of support, strategy and accountability in the fields of community organizing, community development, advocacy, the environment, and the arts.
With brands vying for consumer attention and loyalty, a company’s CSR commitments have tremendous potential to help build trust with your key audiences.
Since the economic downturn of 2008, increasing media attention on income inequality and its effects on our society has turned up the volume on the public conversation. But has the coverage actually increased the philanthropic sector’s understanding of the fundamental economic policy choices we face?
To what extent do foundations use consultants to support their work? While we have known for years that foundations use consultants to support various aspects of their work, until now we’ve never had a quantitative picture of how many, how often, and for what purposes.
Explore opportunities for involving youth in decision making related to public policy and community action in NYC.
In October 2014, David Callahan, editor of Inside Philanthropy, posted a blog called Be Afraid: The Five Scariest Trends in Philanthropy. Callahan’s ‘trends’ all relate to philanthropy in the US.
Despite all the talk about “program related” or “impact” investments most foundations stick to making plain old grants and given the choice most nonprofits would prefer grants as well.
Global Perspectives, Universal Connections
A half-day conference focusing on inspirational stories and practical learning that all grantmakers can apply to their work.
Join us as family donors from around the country gather for the third National Summit on Family Philanthropy. This Summit will focus on the theme: Better Together: Stronger Collaboration for Smarter Philanthropy.