Join us to hear from Rachel Goslins, head of the President’s Committee on the Arts & Humanities, about why the arts are a tool with the power to transform individual lives, neighborhoods, and communities.
Join us as professors Abramson and Toepler present the findings of their paper, "Foundations in the Washington, DC Region: The Puzzle of a Modest-Size Foundation Sector in a Wealthy Area."
Join us for a lunch discussion with next gen leader Mary Galeti about both the promise and the challenges of philanthropy that crosses multiple family generations.
If you are concerned about our 100,000+ neighbors living below the poverty line in Montgomery County, join us for the next Funders’ Roundtable to explore cutting-edge strategies in workforce development.
Join us to meet and network with fellow arts and humanities funders, discuss your current grantmaking, and to hear what other funders are doing.
This day long meeting is a chance for a range of stakeholders, including funders of all kinds to learn about U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) programs and funding opportunities available through the 2014 Farm Bill.
This meeting will help us explore how, by connecting program areas such as education, racial justice, affordable housing, and more, funders can work together and with those in other sectors to make our region’s communities stronger and healthier.