This panel discussion, designed specifically for corporate funders, will provide an overview of some of the exciting philanthropic collaborations currently underway in the Greater Washington region.
Dan’s passion is to “change the way people think about changing the world.” He will share his ideas and engage with CEOs in a discussion about philanthropy’s role in improving and enhancing the nonprofit sector.
This brown bag is a first effort to ascertain whether there's interest in developing a series of formal or informal meetings and learning opportunities, and to learn about a new fund that has been created to support LGBTQ health and wellness.
An overview of community needs and opportunities for investment, specifically for WRAG's corporate members.
Are you getting the most out of your foundation? Much of what we are taught about family foundations focuses on their restrictions — what they can’t do. In truth, one of the greatest attributes of family foundations is their flexibility.
Join the Arts & Humanities Working Group for an overview of challenges and opportunities facing nonprofit arts organizations throughout the region.
Funders in the Greater Washington region have invested in the work of improving the lives of all of our residents for years. Despite our collective efforts, there is a growing disparity in outcomes among many communities – particularly, boys and young men of color. Join us as we begin to explore new strategies to improve outcomes for our brothers, fathers, and sons in the Greater Washington region.
Food, social, and environmental justice – these are a few of the ideas that speak to the better world we strive for. An internationally recognized food writer and culinary historian, Michael W. Twitty promotes an extension of these concepts in his notion of “culinary justice”: the idea that historically oppressed peoples should be recognized for their contribution to national and global food traditions and have the opportunity to prosper from this knowledge.