Join the Institute for CSR's 2016 class, faculty, alumni, and staff for a wine and cheese reception to celebrate the completion of another great year.
Join us to hear from four of our region’s top grantmakers as they offer practical advice and insights on navigating the grants process from getting your foot in the door all the way to long-term partnership.
Dr. Gregory will discuss the latest research on racial and gender disparities in school discipline, the drivers of these disparities and their consequences, and how to promote equity in school discipline.
Join your CSR colleagues for lunch as we explore why successful employee volunteering programs begin by answering the question, “Why will our employees choose to volunteer or give through the corporate program?”
WRAG kicks off its Summer Nonprofit Learning Series with a session on the ins and outs of working with grantmakers.
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.
This highly interactive training will allow funders to explore how to overcome existing challenges and begin institutionalizing the practices needed to address structural racialization, implicit bias, white privilege, and more.
WRAG's Gretchen Greiner-Lott joins a panel discussion with Enterprise's David Bowers and Bob Buchanan of the 2030 Group on solutions for housing affordability in our region.
According to Eldar Shafir, having too few resources creates a psychological response that can seem to create a downward spiral: what he calls the "scarcity trap." Join us to learn how changing the way we think about poverty and the mind can help us design more effective interventions.