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.
Join Exponent Philanthropy for this interactive program. Learn about different giving philosophies and ways to give, explore the linkage between a clear mission and philanthropic fulfillment, and connect with peers to broaden your outlook and hone your point of view about ways to achieve impact.
WRAG's corporate members are invited to a brief brainstorming session to delve deeper into members’ questions about the Get on the Map campaign, the new effort to collect accurate and timely grants data for our region.
By now, you've likely heard the term "shared value." But do you truly understand what creating shared value means and how the concept can benefit both your company and society? Join us for lunch to learn how leading companies are successfully implementing this concept.
Four years ago, WRAG convened funders to learn about how worker-owner businesses comprising the Evergreen Cooperatives were moving families out of poverty in Cleveland, OH. The briefing inspired a group of funders to support a study to determine whether the model held promise here in our region. Now, we are excited to announce that the first CWBI business has been launched: the Community Clean Water Management Group in Prince George’s County. Join leaders from across the Greater Washington region to learn about CWBI, the impact of this business model on individuals and communities, and the vision for CWBI into the future.
Join philanthropic, nonprofit, government, and community leaders from around the region to learn about the needs in Loudoun County and explore strategies for addressing those needs.
More than 40 percent of new mothers are unmarried. Sixty percent of these births are unplanned, as women, in the words of Dr. Isabel Sawhill, “drift” into motherhood. Since the 1970s, this rise in unwed and unplanned motherhood has resulted in an increase in child poverty. Join us as Dr. Sawhill explores these societal trends and their impact on child poverty and wellness, and explains how the social sector can effectively support efforts for change.