Join the Institute for CSR's 2015 class, faculty, alumni, and staff for a wine and cheese reception to celebrate the completion of another great year.
Learn how to measure your company’s CSR efforts and explore best practices for developing an effective Corporate Social Responsibility communications strategy.
It is easy to believe that racism is not a factor in our region. We hear about wealth disparity and income inequality, but rarely do we talk about racism as one of the issues worthy of conversation and action in the Greater Washington region. This CEO Coffee and Conversation will begin that conversation.
Join your fellow foundation finance officers as Chris Peterman, partner at O’Connor Davies, addresses topics such as: What constitutes payout? How is the payout rate calculated? And, why do foundation payout rates differ?
Our community is a haven to thousands of immigrant families fleeing violence and poverty, including many unaccompanied minors who risked their lives to reunite with their parents. Join us to explore how both immigrants and local residents can come together to support the well-being of these children and empower whole families to contribute their fullest potential to the civic and economic fabric of our community.
In a 25-year study, Johns Hopkins sociologist Karl Alexander tracked the lives of 790 Baltimore public school children. The findings of the study highlight the life-long consequences of being born into poverty. Dr. Alexander’s work has profound implications for those working to create and improve opportunities for low-income individuals and families.
Telling your story is a critical component of any company’s community involvement effort. Join your corporate philanthropy colleagues for this lunch and panel discussion with some of the region’s top reporters and media representatives.
Want to craft a grant application or grant report that gives you and your board what you need (or want) without gathering unnecessary information?
Consider the values and attributes of a responsible company and investigate current trends, best practices, and opportunities in corporate sustainability programs.
Following our recent conference, it’s time to harness this new energy and interest in Loudoun County. Join us for this follow-up conversation on next steps for strengthening Loudoun’s social sector and encouraging increased and more effective philanthropic investments in the county.
Join your fellow foundation CFOs and finance staff to hear from industry expert Andrew Schulz, General Counsel for Arabella Advisors, on how to navigate the 1% and 2% excise tax rules and avoid costly penalties.