The lack of reliable and centralized data at the local level can make it difficult for funders to assess impact, target resources, and identify programmatic gaps and opportunities. This panel will bring together nonprofits from DC, Maryland, and Virginia to identify what data is available in each state on children 0 to 5 and map comparable data across the region to help philanthropy better prioritize and target investments for young children.
Are you a grantmaking organization with few or no staff working in the Greater Washington region? Then, please join us for this peer-to-peer conversation as we explore practical options for evaluating your organization’s operations, governance, management performance, diversity, equity, inclusion, and more.
Are you a grantmaker with a funding focus in Northern Virginia? Then please join Community Foundation for Northern Virginia, the Potomac Health Foundation, ACT for Alexandria, and the Land Family Foundation for this peer-led opportunity to meet your colleagues and explore opportunities to collaborate.
Given that two out of three net new jobs in the US are created by small businesses, many funders are thinking outside the box around how to help new businesses take off and/or give a boost to existing businesses, so they can grow.
Help us celebrate the third annual Get a BEER* and Undo Nonprofit Power Dynamics Day, the annual day where nonprofits and funders gather without an agenda to help decrease the power dynamics so present in our sector.
DC education and youth development funders are invited to a special briefing with Dr. Amanda Alexander, interim chancellor of DC Public Schools, and Ahnna Smith, interim deputy mayor for education.
The Cafritz Lecture on Philanthropy is an annual event that brings national philanthropic leaders to the Greater Washington region to highlight trends, challenges, and opportunities that will affect our work in the years ahead.