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Members of the 2020 Census Working Group, and other funders interested in the topics of civic engagement and civic participation, are invited to this meeting on January 21. The first part of the meeting will be an opportunity to share updates with the working group and consider immediate next steps for the group. Then, we'll be joined by three special guests to help us consider philanthropy's role in supporting civic engagement beyond 2020.
This brown bag lunch is an opportunity to explore one strategy for creating more equitable grantmaking processes: participatory grantmaking. REWG members with a experience with, or interest in, participatory grantmaking strategies are invited to this informal brown bag lunch with their colleagues.
Last year, DC’s Mayor Bowser signed a Mayor’s Order on housing directing District agencies to identify new policies, tools, and initiatives to begin fulfilling her bold goal of creating 36,000 new housing units by 2025. As part of the administration’s community engagement around these housing targets, the Mayor’s Office of Policy is organizing a series of convenings with practitioners who can offer guidance and collaboration in reaching these ambitious goals.
The Cafritz Lecture on Philanthropy is an annual event that brings national philanthropic leaders to the Greater Washington region to highlight trends, challenges, and opportunities that will affect our work in the years ahead.
In this session, you will hear from social sector talent management expert, Lisa Brown Alexander, President & CEO of Nonprofit HR about some of the drivers of employee retention. Additionally, you will have the opportunity to look at some innovative ways that organizations are integrating their values into their talent management practices.
The Board of Directors of the Washington Regional Association of Grantmakers (WRAG) is pleased to announce the appointment of Ruth LaToison Ifill as interim President & CEO to continue advancing our mission to bolster the effectiveness of philanthropy in the Greater Washington region.
WRAG had a Corporate Affinity group panel discussion: Unprecedented Times, Unprecedented Partnerships
Read The Weekly WRAG, featuring news, events, and announcements from the DMV Philanthropic community
AFR has been called “the leading voice for Wall Street accountability” in Washington. Help us continue and grow this important work.
Our organization played a leading role in winning passage of the Dodd Frank Financial Reform bill and the creation of the Consumer Financial Protection...
Founded in 2004, SKDKnickerbocker (SKDK) brings unparalleled strategic communications experience to Fortune 500 companies, non-profits, philanthropic organizations, labor unions, and political committees and candidates. With four offices around the nation and more than 120 staff, working at SKDK...
The Greater Washington region faces a wide range of challenges and opportunities.