Join us for this kick off meeting where we will share what we know, ideas on potential strategies, and overall interest in collaborating over the next two years to ensure an accurate and complete 2020 Census.
Designed and taught by some of the Greater Washington region’s top philanthropic leaders, WRAG’s Nonprofit Summer Learning Series “pulls the curtain back on philanthropy.”
Help us celebrate the third annual Get a BEER* and Undo Nonprofit Power Dynamics Day, the annual day where nonprofits and funders gather without an agenda to help decrease the power dynamics so present in our sector.
The Racial Equity Working Group is a group of WRAG members dedicated to continuing to better understand how structural racism manifests in our region – and to collectively take strategic actions toward dismantling it.
Most companies have huge amounts of data – on customers, vendors, employees, click histories, online purchases, and much more. What if you could harness this data for social good?
Given that two out of three net new jobs in the US are created by small businesses, many funders are thinking outside the box around how to help new businesses take off and/or give a boost to existing businesses, so they can grow.
In the Greater Washington region, a conversation about racism and racial equity must cross geographic jurisdictions and racial and ethnic lines. Is the Greater Washington region ready to hold a summit on racial equity?
Join us for our second quarterly New Working Group Member Orientation to learn more about REWG’s goals, priorities, and group culture and find out how you can get involved in the work.
A full day professional development workshop for Mid-Atlantic grantmakers taught by experienced practitioners. Presented by the Association of Baltimore Area Grantmakers each year.
Are you a grantmaker with a funding focus in Northern Virginia? Then please join Community Foundation for Northern Virginia, the Potomac Health Foundation, ACT for Alexandria, and the Land Family Foundation for this peer-led opportunity to meet your colleagues and explore opportunities to collaborate.
Elevated equity evaluations, low yields, and the expectation of higher volatility as we head into 2018 make alternative investments an attractive option for investors. However, a number of issues need to be discussed before a foundation considers adding alternative investments to its portfolio.
Are you a grantmaking organization with few or no staff working in the Greater Washington region? Then, please join us for this peer-to-peer conversation as we explore practical options for evaluating your organization’s operations, governance, management performance, diversity, equity, inclusion, and more.
Across the country, state and local governments are beginning to take the lead on addressing racial inequity. What are examples of how this has happened? What is the role of community leaders in shaping these conversations?
The Institute for Corporate Social Responsibility offers CSR practitioners the opportunity to earn a Professional Certificate in Corporate Social Responsibility from Johns Hopkins in just six months.
At the root of so many racial disparities in our society – be it wealth, health, education, or employment – is housing segregation.
There is growing recognition of the critically important role that teachers of color play in improving educational outcomes for students of color. However, nationally, and here in our region, the teacher workforce doesn’t reflect the demographics of their classrooms.