WRAG president Tamara Copeland details the ways WRAG has been working to increase philanthropy in the Greater Washington region.
WRAG is proud to announce the launch of The Fundamentals of CSR: A Two Day Workshop, intended for business students, aspiring CSR professionals, fundraising consultants, and nonprofit leaders seeking to better understand CSR for the purposes of, for example, launching a CSR career, identifying and building new corporate relationships, or strengthening existing corporate partnerships.
WRAG is launching a new area of programming focused on the specific needs and professional development of foundation finance staff.
Late last year, the CWBI incorporated its first company, the Community Clean Water Management Group. Based in Prince George’s County, CCMG will provide stormwater management maintenance and monitoring services to both anchor institutions and private clients. Within the next few months, CCMG will announce its founding CEO and will begin identifying, interviewing, and hiring employee-owners.
In their latest issue brief, the Washington Area Women's Foundation provides a look at the impact of poverty on women and girls in the Washington region.
Newly inaugurated D.C. mayor Muriel Bowser spoke with WRAG members about her vision for the District and how she wants to work with philanthropy to advance a more equitable city.
WRAG is pleased to announce that it has joined the national Get on the Map campaign, an exciting new data-sharing partnership with the Foundation Center and the Forum of Regional Associations of Grantmakers designed to dramatically improve the quality and availability of local grantmaking data.
WRAG president Tamara Copeland reflects on the need to lift up African American achievements throughout history as part of efforts to advance racial justice.
In a letter to the editor of the Washington Business Journal, Tamara Copeland applauded recent calls for a regional summit to address Greater Washington's long-term economic development.