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."
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.
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.
Join us for a breakfast conversation with WAMU’s Armando Trull, whose recent reports from El Salvador highlighted the violent conditions that have triggered this immigration crisis, and hear from staff of nonprofit service providers about its impact on our region.
Join Northern Virginia funders for a conversation using Exponent Philanthropy’s discussion guide, Making Evaluation Manageable and Meaningful, facilitated by Celeste Land of the Land Family Foundation
Join us for a private conversation with Mayor Bowser to hear about her goals on the issues of importance to funders, and identify how philanthropy can engage with the mayor to collectively advance our vision for a more equitable city.
The Funders’ Roundtable is a networking group exclusively for donors, foundations, and companies interested in giving in Montgomery County, MD.
President Obama's recent executive actions on immigration would impact nearly 200,000 immigrants in Maryland, DC, and Virginia. These deferred action policies would significantly expand workforce development opportunities for workers and employers, and also significantly impact social, educational, and health outcomes for immigrant families. Join us to learn more about the executive actions and efforts being made by the nonprofit sector, philanthropy, and local government.