If you are concerned about our 100,000+ neighbors living below the poverty line in Montgomery County, join us for the next Funders’ Roundtable to explore cutting-edge strategies in workforce development.
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WRAG's Health Working Group is now the Healthy Communities Working Group. Here's why.
This day long meeting is a chance for a range of stakeholders, including funders of all kinds to learn about U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) programs and funding opportunities available through the 2014 Farm Bill.
Join the Institute for CSR's 2014 class for a wine and cheese reception featuring special guest Harry Wingo.
This meeting will help us explore how, by connecting program areas such as education, racial justice, affordable housing, and more, funders can work together and with those in other sectors to make our region’s communities stronger and healthier.
WRAG's Tamara Copeland honored with a 2014 Women Who Mean Business award from the Washington Business Journal.
Join us to hear from Dr. Sherece West-Scantlebury, president and CEO of the Winthrop Rockefeller Foundation, about the impact of their Why Arkansas? Campaign to bring national funders into their state.
Join us for a breakfast conversation with WAMU’s Armando Trull, whose recent reports from El Salvador highlighted the violent conditions that have triggered this immigration crisis, and hear from staff of nonprofit service providers about its impact on our region.
Did you miss Alan Abramson's talk last month on the "puzzle" of the Greater Washington region's relatively modest foundation sector? The audio recording is now available.
An audio recording of the September 17, 2014 panel discussion on Professor Alan Abramson's paper, "Foundations in the Washington, DC Region: The Puzzle of a Modest-Size Foundation Sector in a Wealthy Area."
Between the complex array of government programs, the many nonprofits organizations that have been created to serve post-9/11 veterans, and a lack of understanding of the needs on the part of civilians, it is hard to know if veterans are getting what they need. This edition of What Funders Need to Know explores some of the unique characteristics and circumstances of post-9/11 veterans and why philanthropy should support the nonprofit organizations that are serving them well.
Join Northern Virginia funders for a conversation using Exponent Philanthropy’s discussion guide, Making Evaluation Manageable and Meaningful, facilitated by Celeste Land of the Land Family Foundation
In the latest edition of Our Region, Our Giving, we dig into data on giving, assets, funding practices, and trends in the sector that we collected from our member foundations and corporate giving programs in Summer 2014. The data tell a positive story about philanthropy in our region.
On October 17 2014, Washington Regional Food Funders welcomed more than 100 participants to Funding Greater Washington’s Food System: Opportunities Available through the 2014 Farm Bill at Gannett Headquarters in McLean, VA.