Meet the CEO is an ongoing fireside chat series dedicated to hearing the strategic vision, hopes, and roadblocks of new CEOs. This session will highlight Tamira Benitez, the first Executive Director of Diverse City Fund.
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Borealis Philanthropy named their 2021 Annual Report Clarity, Collaboration, & Care. Join us for an intimate virtual coffee to hear from their President and CEO, Amoretta Morris
There is nothing more powerful than building community with your tribe. WRAG, in partnership with ABFE, GWCF and Meyer Foundation will host a gathering for the people of the global majority.
What is democracy? Given the current changes to our nation’s political climate democratically the term democracy has various definitions depending on what members of today’s society think. Is Democracy safe?
What is Housing Justice? In this second part of the HJWG program series, you will hear from experts advancing and redefining what housing justice is?
Can you believe it's already been one year since Ruth was named the permanent President & CEO of the Washington Regional Association of Grantmakers! Our Board Chair, Tracye Funn, cordially invites you to come celebrate Ruth's leadership.
Join DC Action, Fiscal Policy Institute, and Children’s Law Center to explore what DC advocates are asking to be included in the 2023 DC Budget.
An ongoing fireside chat series dedicated to hearing the strategic vision, hopes, and roadblocks of new foundation CEOs and EDs in the Greater Washington Region.
Do you have questions about how to prepare for returning to the office? Are you considering a fully remote or hybrid work environment?
The WRAG Healthy Communities Working Group (HCWG) will host the webinar, Health Equity: Opportunity fo Regional Investment, on Monday April 25 from 3-4pm.
WRAG will hold an emergency funder briefing on the status of asylum seekers that have been sent to our Nation’s Capital.
Advocacy is one of the greatest tools in the philanthropic toolbox. This session will explore the whys and hows of advocacy, and highlight how you can use it to further your foundation’s mission.
The Healthy Communities Working Group is committed to improving health in our region's communities and addressing issues of disparities in health status and outcomes related to race, ethnicity, and class.
During Foundations on the Hill 2022, the premier public policy event for the sector, attendees will meet in-person, to hear from guest speakers, receive detailed and thoughtfu
Lisa Fager, Executive Director of the Mount Zion-Female Union Band Society Historic Memorial Park will come to speak to the Racial Equity Working Group on a mission to preserve Black cemeteries in Washington D.C.
What are ways in which our organizations can reduce incarceration? What does the path to Decarceration look like?
Participate and promote community action in the Washington DC region; Addressing the public concerns and promoting the communities' quality in the many jurisdictions of Maryland, Virginia, and Washington D.C