If you joined us for our Annual Meeting, you heard spoken word artist Regie Cabico present highlights from WRAG's year in an poetic way.
To complement Regie's performance, we have a two-page publication that takes a look at what our organization and our membership have collectively accomplished in 2012.
Read the full document here.
Reflections on the Past & Possibilities for the Future
To celebrate WRAG's 20th anniversary, we decided to not just look back on our history, but to look forward to the future. In doing so, we hope that our new report - Reflections on the Past & Possibilities for the Future - will give you food for thought about WRAG's past and also about what philanthropy in our region will look like over the next 20 years.
In the "Reflections on the Past" section, former WRAG board chairs share their thoughts on WRAG's evolution over the last two decades. In the "Possibilities for the Future" section, local academics share their vision for WRAG's future while philanthropic thought leaders consider the future of the field of philanthropy.
Also, we look at hard numbers to see what philanthropy in the Greater Washington region looked like 20 years ago compared to today - and how our region compares to trends in the wider United States.
Featuring essays by: Alan Abramson, Pablo Eisenberg, Joel Fleishman, Robert Grimm, Gabriel Kasper, Kathy Kretman, Dan Pallotta, and Susan Raymond.
This report was generously sponsored by Capital One and giving data was produced in partnership with the Foundation Center.
Our Region, Our Giving - 2012 Edition