REGISTRATION: This program is open to foundation donors, trustees, and staff; individual donors; donor advised fund holders; and members of giving circles. There is no fee for this program but pre-registration is required at www.exponentphilanthropy.org due to limited capacity.
Can we be doing more with the resources we have?
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. Together, we will discuss one foundation’s process of engaging in evaluation, a journey that starts with having a clear plan. This peer-to-peer conversation also represents an opportunity to connect to a network of local funders and explore topics of interest in a small group.
Light refreshments will be served.
Thank you to the Washington Forrest Foundation for hosting this peer-to-peer discussion.
Contact Corey Jannicelli at corey(at)exponentphilanthropy.org or 202-580-6566 with any questions.
About the sponsors:
Exponent Philanthropy is a vibrant membership organization serving philanthropists and philanthropy professionals who use a wide range of giving vehicles including foundations, donor advised funds, giving circles, and more. We can guide you to the resources you need, connect you to other philanthropists with similar challenges and interests, and champion your work. For more information, visit www.exponentphilanthropy.org.
Southeastern Council of Foundations (SECF) is one of the nation’s largest regional associations of grantmakers, serving more than 330 of the most dynamic foundations and corporate giving programs in the South. SECF works in partnership with members in 11 Southeastern states to serve, strengthen, promote and champion the South’s philanthropic voice and infrastructure through engaging programming, leadership development training, access to unique resources and invaluable connections. For more information, visit www.SECF.org.
The Washington Regional Association of Grantmakers is a network of nearly 100 of the most well-respected foundations and corporate giving programs in the Greater Washington, D.C. region. Dedicated to improving the health and vitality of the region and all who live here, WRAG provides a robust arena for grantmakers to collectively learn, problem solve, and develop cross-sector solutions to achieve greater impact with limited philanthropic dollars. For more information, visit www.washingtongrantmakers.org.