Come share your collaboration experiences and challenges with peers at this gathering of Exponent Philanthropy’s Local Engagement Group (LEG) for Northern Virginia.
Join us as professors Abramson and Toepler present the findings of their paper, "Foundations in the Washington, DC Region: The Puzzle of a Modest-Size Foundation Sector in a Wealthy Area."
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
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 private conversation with Mayor Bowser to hear about her goals on the issues of importance to funders, and identify how philanthropy can engage with the mayor to collectively advance our vision for a more equitable city.
WRAG member CEOs/CEO-equivalents are invited hear from the Nonprofit Quarterly's Rick Cohen on his 10 predictions for the social sector in 2015.
Join your fellow grantmakers for a look at the challenges and opportunities of a cleaner Anacostia River. Whether you are interested in the environmental health of the watershed or the economic health of the communities along the riverbank, come share your thoughts on how philanthropy can continue to catalyze the transformation of the Anacostia.
Site visits can provide philanthropists with valuable information about their grantees and the causes they support, and can cultivate positive relationships between funders and nonprofits. This meeting will explore the best ways to approach a site visit and critical questions to ask on your visit.
By now, you've likely heard the term "shared value." But do you truly understand what creating shared value means and how the concept can benefit both your company and society? Join us for lunch to learn how leading companies are successfully implementing this concept.