In this 30-minute webinar, hear from WRAG and Enterprise Community Loan Fund about how local residents, foundations, nonprofit organizations, and banks are coming to the table to invest in affordable homes.
How can we find other funders and partners who share our interests? What tools and resources can we use to identify new partners? What are the best ways to bring players to the table? Come share your experiences and learn from your peers in this peer-led discussion.
In late July, WRAG members gathered to discuss how they might revitalize WRAG’s Children, Youth, and Families Working Group. At this second meeting, we will hone in on what specific issue(s) the group might address moving forward, as well as what shape that work might take.
At this meeting, participants in the Putting Racism on the Table learning series earlier this year will determine what, if any, action local philanthropy might take collectively under the WRAG umbrella, or individually, to address racism in our communities.
Join us to hear from three pairs of funder/nonprofit partners as they discuss some difficult conversations they’ve had over the years and how they came through the other side.
Join your corporate giving colleagues for this open discussion on what’s working and what’s not in the evaluation space. Walk away with tips, tricks, and tools that you can use immediately.
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?”