Join us to hear from Rachel Goslins, head of the President’s Committee on the Arts & Humanities, about why the arts are a tool with the power to transform individual lives, neighborhoods, and communities.
Children & Youth
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.
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.
The Funders’ Roundtable free lunch events provide representatives of local companies and foundations with an opportunity to get acquainted, learn more about Montgomery County funding priorities, and share best practices.
Decisions over the future of DC's TANF welfare-to-work program that will be made this year, including its time limit and employment services, will have enormous implications for the well-being of DC's children.
WRAG’s Healthy Communities Working Group is convening this discussion geared toward all funders as part of the group's interest in learning more about what it takes to develop successful multi-sector and integrated projects.