Montgomery County is changing dramatically, forcing government, businesses, and nonprofits to think and act differently. We’re proud that the Community Foundation’s network of givers – foundations, corporate funders, government partners, and donors – includes some of the most creative and visionary thinkers who have their fingers on the pulse of the evolving landscape in our community.
To kick off our 2016 Funders’ Roundtable series, we’ll begin by hearing from YOU. Please join us to share:
- What you have learned about the needs and untapped potential in the county around your priority interest areas
- How these insights have influenced both what you support and how you give
We are delighted to have Uma Ahluwalia, Director of the Montgomery County Department of Health & Human Services, kick off the conversation with a briefing on the key demographic changes underway in our community.
We hope to see you there!
Space is limited. To reserve your spot, RSVP by May 2nd to Peyton Plummer at firstname.lastname@example.org or 301-495-3036 x 162.
About the Funders' Roundtable of Montgomery County
These quarterly, free lunch events give representatives of local companies and foundations an opportunity to get acquainted, learn more about Montgomery County funding priorities, and share best practices. The events are open to grantmakers only, and each has anywhere from 15 to 30 attendees. There is a different topic for each luncheon—education, health care, etc.—selected in advance by the attendees.
Lunch is provided courtesy of our 2016 sponsors: The Community Foundation, Jim and Carol Trawick Foundation, and The Washington Regional Association of Grantmakers.
If your fund, foundation or company makes grants in Montgomery County, you won’t want to miss out on this engaging, philanthropic lunch group!
By Metro: Take the Red Line to the Bethesda Metro station. Exit through the underpass toward the east side of Wisconsin Avenue, cross East-West Highway and walk 1 block to Round House Theatre.
By car: Round House Theatre is east of the interaction of Wisconsin Avenue (Route 355) and East-West Highway (Route 410). Parking is available at the County parking garage at East-West Highway and Waverly Street, as well as on Cheltenham Drive.
This Funders’ Roundtable invitation is shared with local businesses, private foundations and Community Foundation donors interested in giving in Montgomery County.