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    • February 25, 2020
    • 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
    • Webinar

    Join this complimentary webinar sponsored and presented by Submittable.

    Join Submittable’s Caitlin Stainken as she interviews Lauren Slone, MAP Fund’s Director of Grants & Research, on how MAP Fund has worked to design more agile and equitable systems into its granting process. MAP awards $1 million annually to support innovation and cross-cultural exploration in new works of live performance.

    With an emphasis on creating application and review structures that have the potential to welcome diverse applicants, we’ll explore MAP’s process, innovations, and lessons learned over its 30 years of grantmaking. You’ll hear ideas for how to:

    • Minimize the applicant’s burden and create a feedback-rich organizational culture
    • Remove staff bias as much as possible
    • Assemble a diverse, national cohort of peer reviewers
    • And why it’s important to be willing to experiment and fail


    • Lauren Ree Slone, Director of Grants & Research, MAP Fund

    Lauren Ree Slone is a lifelong student of dance and a choreographic systems thinker who creates many different ways of connecting people and ideas. At MAP Fund, Lauren oversees the core grantmaking vision, strategy, and operations. She is deeply focused on aligning MAP’s structural practices with its mission and values in efforts to facilitate a truly iterative, responsive, and anti-oppressive resource distribution process.

    • Caitlin Stainken, Submittable

    Caitlin Stainken works with grantmakers, big and small, as part of Submittable’s sales team. She is passionate about helping grantmakers build community and increase their impact, and she’ll highlight some unique, successful strategies to inspire you to find new opportunities in your own process.

    Registration: Free 

    Click here for more information and to register. 

    • February 25, 2020
    • 2:30 PM - 4:30 PM
    • Webinar / Community Service Building, Room 6, Wilmington, DE

    Does your organization value diversity, inclusion and equity? How are those values reflected in your organization's approach to learning and evaluation? 

    Philanthropy Delaware members are invited to learn more about the Expanding the Bench initiative. We will listen to a webinar with Elizabeth Waetzig and Rachele Espiritu, Co-Directors of Expanding the Bench and Founding Partners of Change Matrix on Tuesday, February 25th.  Stay after the webinar for a member dialogue about equity in philanthropy. 

    Expanding the Bench (ETB) is based on the belief that learning and evaluation have the power to shape policy, programs, and practice and that evaluators from diverse communities increase the likelihood that methods, analyses, and interpretation benefit the communities they serve. 

    Expect to hear about:

    1.       A new pathway for diverse evaluators to gain knowledge and experience in culturally responsive and equitable evaluation (CREE), the Leaders in Equitable Evaluation and Diversity (LEEAD) Program;

    2.       An exclusive searchable online database for evaluation funders and partners to connect with a diverse group of seasoned evaluators - the Advancing Culturally-responsive and Equitable (ACE) Evaluation Network; and

    3.       Our field-building movement to advance the practice of culturally responsive and equitable evaluation and that includes partnerships and ETB funding opportunities.

    Find out how Expanding the Bench is increasing diversity, inclusion, and equity in evaluation, and how this initiative can support your organization's pursuit of equity.

    - In-person: Community Service Building, 100 W 10th Street, Room 6, Wilmington, DE 19801
    - Virtual option: Can't make it in person?  Philanthropy Delaware members can register and will receive the webinar link to join virtually. 

    2:30 - 2:40     
    2:40 - 3:15     Presentation by Elizabeth Waetzig and Rachele Espiritu
    3:15 - 3:25     Q&A with Speakers
    3:25 - 3:30     Webinar Ends 
    3:30 - 4:30     Philanthropy Delaware Member Dialogue & Discussion 

    This webinar is possible through the support from partnerships. Philanthropy Delaware is a proud member of Associations Advancing Equitable Evaluation Practices and the United Philanthropy Forum

    Organized by Associations Advancing Equitable Evaluation Practices and the United Philanthropy Forum




    Questions? Contact Melissa Micek, Director of Engagement, at 302-333-8004 via phone or Melissa@PhilanthropyDelaware.org via e-mail. 

    • February 27, 2020
    • Webinar

    This Census Webinar the 15th installment of the monthly census webinar series. Please join us the Webinar on Questionnaire Assistance Centers and Libraries on Thursday, February 27 at 4PM ET / 3PM CT/ 2PM MT / 1PM PT / 11AM HT.

    This webinar will focus on how libraries will play a crucial role as Questionnaire Assistance Centers during 2020 Census operations and the self-response phase. The webinar is recorded, and a recording of the presentation will be shared following the webinar. If you cannot join the live webinar, you can still RSVP to receive the recording afterwards.

    Speakers: An Le is the 2020 Census Statewide Network Manager with the Voting Rights and Census program at Asian Americans Advancing Justice – Asian Law Caucus. She had the privilege to work as a legal organizer for the Koreatown Immigrant Workers Alliance, a research analyst for SEIU-United Service Workers West and United Healthcare Workers West, and a project director of community engagement at Asian Americans Advancing Justice-Los Angeles. An received her B.A. in Political Science from UCLA and her J.D. from Loyola Law School of Los Angeles.

    Dr. Ana Ndumu is the Assistant Professor at the University of Maryland College of Information Studies, is a champion of social justice. She comes to the college with over 13 years of academic library and college instruction experience. Seeking to understand the cross between social identity and information behavior, her research examines the ways in which cultural perceptions are shaped (often erroneously) by available information, but can be transformed through better information access. Dr. Ndumu specializes in the intersection of Black identity, libraries, demography, and social inclusion. Her recent work explores the information worlds of African, Afro-Caribbean, and Afro-Latinx immigrants living in the U.S. Dr. Ndumu received her PhD in Information at the Florida State University School of Information.


    • February 28, 2020
    • 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM
    • New Castle, DE

    • March 03, 2020
    • 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
    • Community Service Building, 100 W 10th Street, Room 105, Wilmington, DE 19801

    In partnership with LOCUS Impact Investing, this workshop will have a deep diver workshop on local impact investing. Foundation staff and their board members are invited to this interactive and engaging workshop to:

    • Gain a deeper understanding of the swelling movement in the field to move from being responsive to traditional grantmaking opportunities to being community impact driven.  
    • Have the opportunity to work through a short assessment to take stock of "readiness" to move toward local investing for impact.
    • Learn about the broad set of tools to use to deploy impact capital across Delaware, including PRIs/MRIs, loan guarantees, direct lending, integrated capital (loans and grants), loan loss reserves. 
    • Learn how peer foundations are using these tools to address critical community issues. 
    • Identify critical issues in the state that can be addressed using foundation local investment tools. 

    This interactive workshop will allow foundations to: 

    • Break into small groups - clustered by impact areas (i.e. health, housing, economic development, and/or education).
    • Identify partners to address the desired impact area, share lessons learned from prior grant or investment experiences. 
    • Understand how other foundations have used impact investing to further desired outcomes in the impact.

    A follow-up webinar or call will be offered to check-in with Philanthropy Delaware members. 

    Check out Philanthropy Delaware's Exclusive Member Resources: Reports and Research on Impact Investing. 

    Refreshments will be provided.

    This workshop is intended for Philanthropy Delaware's Philanthropic Members.  

    By registering for this event, guests at this program allow Philanthropy Delaware to use any pictures taken at this event, without compensation, for promotional and publicity purposes in broadcast, telecast, print, electronic, and all other media.

    Questions? - Contact Melissa Micek, Director of Engagement, at 302-333-8004 via phone or at melissa@philanthropydelaware.org via e-mail. 

    • March 05, 2020
    • 6:00 PM
    • March 06, 2020
    • 6:00 PM
    • Statewide

    Do More 24 Delaware
    24-Hour Day of Giving for Delaware Nonprofits on March 5 - 6


    In support of increasing individual donors in Delaware, Philanthropy Delaware is partnering with Do More 24 Delaware. Learn more about philanthropic data through Philanthropy Delaware's resources

    Delaware is home to hundreds of unique, integral and even lifesaving nonprofits - so we're shining a light on them this March! Do More 24 Delaware is back and bigger than ever on March 5 starting at 6PM. 

    This day of giving is a fun and easy way to impact philanthropy and be inspired to donate to nonprofits serving Delaware. 

    There is zero cost for nonprofits to participate - you can set a fundraising page up in just a few minutes! Visit website for more information and FAQs: https://www.DoMore24Delaware.org

    All participating nonprofits who raise money on March 5 - 6 will be matched on a pro-rated basis from our stretch pool (which currently sits at $35,000). There will also be many prizes and other incentives for participating organizations, including a "How To Do More" toolkit and robust marketing support.

    Any questions? Email Sarah Fulton at
    sarah@spurimpact.org or Schlonn Hawkins at shawkins@uwde.org for assistance.

    • March 09, 2020
    • 8:00 AM
    • March 11, 2020
    • 5:00 PM
    • Washington, DC

    Join Philanthropy Delaware for Foundations on the Hill (FOTH). FOTH brings together foundation leaders from across the country for meetings with Congress & Federal Government leaders about key issues of importance to individual philanthropists, foundations, corporations, United Ways, and other philanthropy organizations. FOTH is presented by United Philanthropy Forum. Foundation trustees and staff work with their regional or national philanthropy-serving organization to schedule meetings on Capitol Hill to personally discuss their work with members of Congress.

    Foundations on the Hill is the one time each year when philanthropy speaks with a strong, collective voice on Capitol Hill. Our goals are to inform and educate Congress about philanthropy; create visibility for philanthropy on Capitol Hill; advocate on issues affecting foundations and communities; and encourage Congress to view foundations as a resource on key public policy issues.

    For more details on attending and joining Philanthropy Delaware’s delegation, please contact Melissa Micek, Director of Engagement, at 302-333-8004 or email: melissa@philanthropydelaware.org.

    • March 17, 2020
    • 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM
    • Community Service Building, Room 6, Wilmington, DE 19801

    As a follow-up from our previous program "Recent Trends in Education" from November 2019, this will be a discussion among peers working to discuss shared learning, best practices, and opportunities for collaboration. 

    This discussion will delve into the soon-to-be-released report from Grantmakers for Education - A View from the Classroom: What Teachers can tell Philanthropy about the needs of Schools. When viewed in aggregate, teacher requests reveal equity issues and a shortage of both nonacademic and academic basic needs. When teacher requests are compared to philanthropy's funding priorities from GFE's Trends in Education Philanthropy: Benchmarking 2018-19, the report shows some alignment, but also offers an important opportunity for insight. The report examines: 

    • What are the needs that teachers identify and how have they changed over time? 
    • How do requests and funding patterns differ in high- and low-poverty contexts? 
    • Where is there alignment between trends in teacher requests and trends in funder priorities? Where is there not? 

     Review the findings and engage in conversation with peers. 

    This program is intended for members of Philanthropy Delaware. 

    • March 20, 2020
    • 2:30 PM - 3:30 PM
    • Webinar

    Join PEAK Grantmaking for this complimentary community webinar as we introduce their second Principle for Peak Grantmaking: Narrow the Power Gap. This webinar will explore why this work is important, our learning strategy for philanthropy, and share resources PEAK Grantmaking has available.

    Alexandra Desautels, Program Manager at the California Endowment and a Steering Committee Member at Justice Funders, will be on the line to share their story, an exploration of the Building Healthy Communities program, which aims to hear local voices, build trust, and ensure power resides within the community. Time will also be open for Q&A.


    Alexandra Desautels

    Program Manager, The California Endowment

    Steering Committee Member, Justice Funders

    As Program Manager for Strategy Development and Dissemination at the California Endowment, Alex is responsible for working with key senior-level Building Healthy Communities (BHC) staff to sharpen the core elements of the BHC strategy and disseminate this strategy to key audiences and venues. She also leads strategic initiatives that span multiple BHC sites, including initiatives related to displacement and gentrification, criminal justice reform, and governing for racial equity. Prior to joining The Endowment, Alex served as the Local Policy Manager for the Alameda County Public Health Department (ACPHD). While there, she oversaw the implementation of Place Matters, ACPHD’s first local policy initiative for advancing health equity through social and environmental policy change in criminal justice, economics, education, housing, land use, and transportation. Alex is the recipient of the Mabel Goode Management and Planning Award and the Davenport Research Award for Public Policy. She earned her B.A. in American Studies, with honors, from Wesleyan University in Middleton, CT, and her Master of Social Welfare (MSW) with a Management, Planning and Policy focus from the University of California, Berkeley.

    Registration Fee: Free

    Click here for more information and to register. 

    • March 31, 2020
    • April 01, 2020
    • Chicago, IL

    Philanthropy Plugged In: Creating Community in the Digital Age

    Save the dates: March 31-April 1, 2020 in Chicago for the next WPI symposium. Details available later this summer.


    The Women’s Philanthropy Institute increases understanding of women’s philanthropy through rigorous research and education—interpreting and sharing our insights broadly to improve philanthropy.

    Click here for more information

    • April 01, 2020
    • 9:00 AM - 10:30 AM
    • Community Service Building, Room 9, 100 W 10th Street, Wilmington, DE 19801

    Rules of Engagement for Advocacy: Within the Law and Outside the Box 

    To celebrate Census Day, Philanthropy Delaware invites all our members to discuss how they can support issue advocacy in their roles. 

    What can funders do to support issue advocacy? Not sure how to make the case for funding advocacy for social justice or equity? Uncertain whether you can fund grantees that lobby? 

    Join us for a member discussion to get answers to these questions and eliminate the myths of foundations supporting advocacy. We will showcase local examples of 

    This program will provide you with a clear understanding of the kinds of advocacy activities you can safely engage in as a funder.

    Refreshments will be provided. 

    • April 27, 2020
    • April 29, 2020
    • Boston, MA

    Image result for grantmakers effective organizationsGrantmakers for Effective Organizations relies on their peers for fresh ideas and new ways of thinking about tough challenges. That’s why GEO’s 2020 National Conference is the perfect opportunity for grantmakers of all backgrounds to come together, explore the most relevant topics in the field and problem solve with like-minded peers.

    Start: Monday, April 27, 7:30 AM
    End: Wednesday, April 29, 2:00 PM 

    The Westin Copley Place, Boston, Massachusetts

    Click here for more information

    • May 11, 2020
    • May 13, 2020
    • Atlanta, GA

    Join Mission Investors Exchange National Conference in May 2020 ! Below, Mission Investors Exchange (MIE) share a brief overview of event goals and themes in a letter from MIE's CEO, Matt Onek. To learn more about the event, including details on the evolving schedule, how to register, and more, please visit the Conference resource library. Details will continue to be added through 2020.

    Conference Resource Library

    Dear Friends,

    Foundations are making unprecedented commitments to impact investing, putting more of their capital to work to challenge inequity, stem climate change, and drive other social and environmental impact. As the field continues to rapidly grow, what will it take to ensure that the impact investing movement remains laser focused on impact?

    Mission Investors Exchange look forward to tackling these issues with you at thier upcoming National Conference — Amplifying Impact — in Atlanta on May 11-13, 2020. As a Conference led by and for foundations and their partners, Amplifying Impact will explore the unique leadership role of philanthropy, focusing on our four Conference themes:

    • Centering on Impact

    • Advancing Racial Equity

    • Mobilizing with Urgency

    • Going All-In

    One of the most anticipated events for impact investors in philanthropy, Amplifying Impact is an active, collaborative space to network with peers, share real impact investing examples, hear from leaders in the field, and so much more.

    Stay tuned for more MIE and National Conference updates in the coming weeks and months, including the launch of registration. We look forward to partnering with you on Amplifying Impact!




    Learn More About the Conference Themes


    Centering On Impact

    What will it take to keep impact at the heart of the impact investing movement? From catalytic capital to measuring impact, we'll explore big ideas and practical solutions for deepening social and environmental change.


    Advancing Racial Equity

    How are foundations challenging status quo systems and using the power of their investments in pursuit of racial equity? We’ll examine foundation efforts to transform cultures, practices, and strategies in their organizations and in the capital markets.


    Mobilizing with Urgency

    In what ways can impact investors move faster to address the urgent challenges of our time? We’ll highlight how foundations and others are pushing boundaries and taking greater risks in service of people and planet.


    Going All-In

    How can we challenge ourselves to deploy far more capital for impact? We’ll explore the new products and tools foundations and their partners are using to advance the breadth and depth of their impact investing efforts.


    Sign up for our newsletter to stay updated on Conference announcements. And contact Nhadine Leung with any questions on the Conference!


    MIE is pleased to be supporting our members and partners who have established a burgeoning impact investing ecosystem in Atlanta and hopes our 2020 National Conference can bring additional focus to the region. Some of our members have expressed concerns about the recent legislation passed in Georgia and elsewhere in the region. We are committed to engaging with our members and partners on critical social and environmental issues and to developing programming at our National Conference on the role impact investing can play in addressing them. Please reach out to MIE's Managing Director, Nhadine Leung, with any thoughts or questions you may have.

    • May 27, 2020
    • May 29, 2020
    • Philadelphia, PA

    This year’s Reinventing Our Communities comes at a critical time. In the midst of an economic expansion, many households and areas have been left out. At ROC 2020, the Federal Reserve of Philadelphia will put equity in sight by highlighting research and local solutions you can use to increase economic opportunity in your community and foster economic equality.

    The Federal Reserve of Philadelphia three-day event will inspire dialogue and present ways that communities can expand access to jobs, housing, and wealth, and create lasting economic mobility. At Reinventing Our Communities:

    FRAME the ways current systems create and exacerbate disparities and how policy and practice can be reformed to improve economic stability and mobility.

    LEARN how to improve your approach to the challenges of inequality by refocusing on local data, needs, and interventions.

    APPLY lessons learned to develop local solutions that you can take back to your community.

    Reinventing Our Communities is the Philadelphia Fed’s must-attend event for community development experts, policymakers, and thought leaders to discuss how to “reinvent America’s communities.”

    Opening plenary: Wednesday, May 27, at 12 noon

    Final session ends: Friday, May 29, at 2:00 p.m.

    A more detailed agenda will be coming soon.

    Click here for more information. 

    • June 17, 2020
    • June 19, 2020
    • Minneapolis, MN

    #GIHac 2020: Creating a Healthy Tomorrow

    The Grantmakers In Health Annual Conference on Health Philanthropy is the largest annual gathering of health funders in the country, and the best place to learn from seasoned experts and philanthropic leadership and exchange information, ideas, and insights with colleagues.

    Grantmakers In Health’s 2020 Annual Conference on Health Philanthropy, “Creating a Healthy Tomorrow,” will be held in Minneapolis from June 17-19, 2020. The GIH annual conference is the best place to meet up with the bright minds, seasoned experts, and innovative practitioners working in health philanthropy today.

    2020 Highlights include: 
    - Strategies for foundations of all sizes
    - Provocative keynotes from today’s leading experts
    - Ramped up programming for trustees
    - New programming in the areas of Access, Advocacy Strategies, Behavioral Health, Children and Families, Governance and Operations, Health Equity, Healthy Eating and Active Living, Integrative Health, Older Adults, Oral Health, Population Health, and Quality

    Click here for more information. 

    • June 22, 2020
    • June 23, 2020
    • Houston, TX

    Funders' Committee for Civic Participation brings together funders and community changemakers for two days of learning, networking, and alignment conversations in this busy and critical year for civic engagement.  You will: 

    • Learn about the current state of the 2020 civic engagement field in the Southwest and around the country;
    • Provide space to share critical efforts from our working groups and special projects, particularly initial 2020 Census learnings;
    • Continue to prioritize equity and justice as key tenets of what it looks like to build long term power in communities; and
    • Have funder-focused conversations that enhance collaboration for not only the remainder of 2020, but for years to come.

    Expect a challenging convening of growth and collaboration with practical takeaways to inform your future grantmaking.

    Click here for more information and to register. 

    • July 16, 2020
    • July 17, 2020
    • New York, NY



    The next five years are going to be intense for the sustainability practitioner and profession. The 2030 goals for the UN SDGs and the projected 2024 milestone to reduce greenhouse gas emissions have created a countdown clock. Companies are going to come under intense pressure to do more, do it better, and achieve scaled results.

    There will be conflicting pressures too. Volatile economic and political pressures will lead many senior executives to focus more on traditional business operations, potentially cutting back on the staff that lead sustainability functions.

    Sustainability professionals need to prepare to raise their approach to the next level. This means innovating approaches, delivering a business case, and demonstrating real impact. The summit will enable peer-to-peer exchange and engagement with leading practitioners and subject matter experts to work in a collaborative way that will help practitioners get tools to develop potential solutions to drive impact. 

    Who Should Attend

    Vice Presidents, Directors, and Senior Managers of:

    • Sustainability
    • Corporate Responsibility and Corporate Social Responsibility
    • Environment, Health, and Safety
    • Corporate Giving / Foundation
    • Public Affairs / Government Affairs / Corporate Affairs
    • Communications
    • Human Resources
    • Strategy
    • Marketing

    Register by June 4 and Save $100

    Get Involved! If you would like to get involved in the 2020 conference, please contact the Conference Board:


    The Conference Board
    845 Third Avenue (Between 51st and 52nd)
    New York, NY 10022

    Tel: (212) 339-0345

    Please Note: Registration fees do not include hotel accommodations.

    For Hotel Accommodations near The Conference Board, please view the below documents:

    Hotels Near The Conference Board 
    Map of Hotels Near The Conference Board

Past events

February 19, 2020 Webinar: Including People with Disabilities in Nonprofits and Foundations
February 19, 2020 Census Rapid Response Grantmaking
February 18, 2020 Disinformation and the Census
February 17, 2020 Donor Relations Manager
February 14, 2020 Vice President, Development
February 13, 2020 Webinar: Family Philanthropy, Tying Grantmaking Practices to Shared Values, PEAK Grantmaking
February 12, 2020 Webinar: Monitoring the Count in Real Time, Funders' Committee for Civic Participation
February 06, 2020 Community Reinvestment Act Modernization: Insights into How Proposed Changes May Impact Delaware
February 05, 2020 Large Campaign Panel - 2020 Winter - Panel Member Registration
January 31, 2020 Webinar: Citizenship Data & Redistricting: New Opinion Research
January 31, 2020 Strengthening Communities Forum-Delaware Bankers Association
January 16, 2020 Webinar: Grantmakers in Aging - Promoting Better Communities for Older People, Building Economic Security using the Elder Index
January 15, 2020 20 GRANT WRITING TIPS FOR 2020
December 19, 2019 The Delaware Congressional Delegation Presents the 2019 Delaware Grants Seminar
December 17, 2019 Webinar: Census 2020 - How Nonprofits can Help Get out the Count
December 13, 2019 Communities of Practice - Economic Inclusion
December 11, 2019 Webinar: A Joint Approach to ESG Engagement: Investor Relations and Sustainability
December 11, 2019 Webinar: Census Operations - Series Part 7, Census 101
December 05, 2019 Corporate Philanthropy and Social Impact: Engaging Employees, Serving Society and Measuring Outcomes Conference
December 04, 2019 Human Resources Manager, Joshua M. Freeman Foundation
November 18, 2019 Recent Trends on Education Philanthropy, Grantmakers for Education
November 13, 2019 Webinar: How to "Get on the Map"
November 12, 2019 Webinar: Mission Investors Exchange: Census2020 - Why and How It Matters for Impact Investing
November 12, 2019 Webinar: Is Impact Investing a Good Strategy for Your Organization? Tech Soup
November 12, 2019 National Philanthropy Day
November 05, 2019 Economic Opportunity Funders - Fall Meeting: Equity and the Future of Work, Workers, and Social Supports
November 01, 2019 Webinar: The Foundation for Success is Housing Stability
October 31, 2019 SPARX Conference, Philanthropy Network Greater Philadelphia
October 30, 2019 Webinar: How Effective Philanthropy can Partner to Increase Safe Housing Options for Survivors
October 28, 2019 Collecting and Using Demographic Data, PEAK Grantmaking
October 23, 2019 Census 2020 and Disinformation
October 23, 2019 2019 Women's Philanthropy Summit, "Transforming Today, Safeguarding Tomorrow"
October 17, 2019 Wilmington Building Equitable Communities Symposium, Cinnaire
October 16, 2019 Grantmakers in Aging 2019 Annual Conference
October 15, 2019 Webinar: Philanthropy's Response to the Opioid Use Disorder Crisis
October 08, 2019 Webinar: Optimizing your Get out the Count Program
October 08, 2019 Education Funding Convening, Vision Coalition of Delaware
October 02, 2019 2019 CONNECT Conference-Exponent Philanthropy
October 01, 2019 Trista Harris - Future Good
September 30, 2019 New Research on Racial Inequities in Coordinated Entry System Assessment Tools
September 25, 2019 Webinar: Developing your Hard to Count List
September 25, 2019 Webinar: Introduction to the Intersection - Domestic Violence, Sexual Violence, Housing, Homelessness 101
September 20, 2019 Speak Out: Social Justice Advocacy for Public Foundations
September 19, 2019 Webinar: Secure Jobs: A Holistic Approach To Increasing Income and Stabilizing Housing
September 19, 2019 Understanding and Supporting Small Foundations to Be Effective Grantmakers
September 18, 2019 Webinar: Monitoring the Census Count in Real Time
September 17, 2019 Webinar: Engaging Business for the 2020 Census
September 10, 2019 Webinar: Content Strategy for Hard to Count Communities
September 10, 2019 Webinar: The Critical Role of Philanthropy in the TPS Journey for Justice
September 06, 2019 Philanthropy Delaware Member Forum
September 05, 2019 Webinar: How to Navigate a New Site for Census Bureau Data
August 28, 2019 Webinar: Aligning Health Care & Social Services: Insights for Grantmakers
August 28, 2019 Investing in America’s Workforce: Improving Outcomes for Workers and Employers-Federal Reserve
August 14, 2019 Webinar: Taking Action on Learning, Grantmakers for Effective Organizations (GEO)
August 14, 2019 WEBINAR: Effectively Engaging Candidates at Your Nonprofit
August 13, 2019 Webinar: Assessing Your Digital Readiness for Get Out the Count
August 07, 2019 Large Campaign Panel - Summer 2019
July 24, 2019 Webinar: Crafting you Census Campaign Plan
July 24, 2019 Philanthropy Roadshow
July 22, 2019 2019 Funders Institute: Removing Barriers to Advance Racial Equity from the Ground Up
July 19, 2019 What Philanthropy Can Do for the 2020 Census and Opportunities for Action
July 09, 2019 Authentic Engagement: Expressing Difficult Truths in a Thoughtful Way, Delaware Alliance for Nonprofit Advancement (DANA)
June 27, 2019 Focus on Dover, Delaware Community Foundation
June 25, 2019 Webinar: Building Equitable Onramps to Nonprofit Careers
June 21, 2019 Webinar: Security Awareness Training & Policies at Mid-Size Organizations
June 18, 2019 Webinar: How to "Get on the Map"
June 13, 2019 Webinar: Utilizing TANF for Families Experiencing Homelessness
June 11, 2019 2019 CNJG Conference for the Social Sector: Census 2020 – Defining the Next 10 Years
June 10, 2019 Webinar: Racial Equity, Changing Power Dynamics in Philanthropy - Funders' Comm
June 04, 2019 “Merger, Collaboration, or What” Nonprofit Repositioning Fund-Philadelphia
June 04, 2019 Grantmaking Fundamentals Workshop 2019,
June 04, 2019 Scaling Impact Together
May 30, 2019 Poverty Simulation, United Way of Delaware
May 29, 2019 The Learning Conference, Grantmakers for Effective Organizations (GEO)
May 23, 2019 Webinar: How to "Get on the Map"
May 23, 2019 What is a Pioneering Idea? Robert Woods Johnson Foundation
May 22, 2019 Webinar: Applicant Q&A for Robert Wood Johnson Foundation "Forward Promise" Funding Opportunity
May 22, 2019 Philanthropic & Corporate Sector Funder Roundtable: Addressing the Racial Wealth Divide through Building High Impact Nonprofits of Color
May 16, 2019 Women Give Breakfast: Kat Rosqueta, Executive Director The Center for High Impact Philanthropy-Univ of Penna
May 13, 2019 Webinar: 2020 Census Funder Learning Series: Effective Strategies for Business Engagement
May 13, 2019 Expand you Fundraising Potential, Delaware Alliance for Nonprofit Advancement (DANA)
May 09, 2019 Webinar: Leveraging the WIOA to Expand Employment Opportunities For Individuals Experiencing Homelessness
May 08, 2019 Webinar: Are Housing Vouchers Contributing to Racial and Economic Segregation for Families with Children?
May 07, 2019 Webinar: The Keys to Growing your Nonprofit- Effective Finance & Operations Management, Stanford Social Innovation Review
May 02, 2019 2019 DANA Annual Impact Delaware Conference
April 25, 2019 Panel Discussion: Directors and Officers - Managing Risk While Giving Back
April 24, 2019 Webinar: Grantmaker Guidebook Group: Program Officer Competency Model
April 23, 2019 Webinar: How Foundations can Advance Racial Equity Through Impact Investing
April 18, 2019 Webinar: Utilizing SNAP E&T to Serve Individuals Experiencing Homelessness
April 12, 2019 Webinar: Opportunity Starts at Home: Meeting Affordable Housing Needs Through Cross-Sector Partnerships
April 10, 2019 The Results Count Approach with Annie E. Casey's Leslie Boissiere
April 08, 2019 2019 Delaware Pathways Conference
April 04, 2019 2019 Mid-Atlantic Regional PSO Meeting-PRIVATE EVENT
March 27, 2019 Baltimore Integration Partnership Panel
March 25, 2019 Poverty Simulation-Delaware State University & Prosperity Now
March 12, 2019 One Community's Path to Creating Healthy and Equitable Opportunities
March 11, 2019 Foundations on the Hill 2019
February 13, 2019 Collaborative: Violence in Wilmington
January 28, 2019 2019 National Summit On Family Philanthropy
January 24, 2019 990PF Tax Seminar
January 16, 2019 Together for Delaware
November 14, 2018 Delaware Community Foundation Leadership Lecture
November 08, 2018 Gearing Up Your Fundraising Strategy for the New Year
October 16, 2018 Funders engaged in health and human services for children or early childhood
October 16, 2018 Digging Into Demographic Data
September 28, 2018 2018 Exponent Philanthropy National Conference
September 27, 2018 Trustee Leadership Seminar
September 06, 2018 Program Officer, Environment (Field Strengthening)
August 08, 2018 WEBINAR: Project Streamline – Essential Principles and Key Practices
July 23, 2018 2018 Funders Institute
July 13, 2018 WEBINAR: Immigration Funder Strategy Discussion
July 09, 2018 Webinar: Funding for Cultural Change: Creating and Meeting the Moment
June 27, 2018 WEBINAR: Where Are the Children? Family Separation Becomes U.S. Immigration Enforcement Policy
June 26, 2018 WEBINAR: Grantee Perception Report
June 25, 2018 WEBINAR: The Money in Politics Implications of a Johnson Amendment Repeal
June 14, 2018 WEBINAR: Collaborating For Change: Practices And Pitfalls From Across The Field
June 14, 2018 Women Give 2018: Transmitting Generosity to Sons and Daughters
May 15, 2018 Walking the Talk Workshop; Putting Values-Based Grantmaking into Practice
April 24, 2018 5ByAge5: Preparing children for success
March 15, 2018 Effective Public Private Partnerships: Michigan Panel Discussion Lunch
February 27, 2018 RWJF County Health Rankings-Webinar: Make the Most of 2018 Release
December 13, 2017 Midwest Corporate Giving Webinar Series | Connected, but Different: Empowering Giving Programs Across Geographics
December 05, 2017 The Measurement Summit: Putting It All Together
November 30, 2017 Philanthropy and Racial Equity: Race Matters/Responsive Philanthropy in Black Communities Training
November 16, 2017 Funders Census Initiative Webinar: KEY 2020 CENSUS MILESTONES: Preparing to Invest in a Fair and Accurate Count
November 08, 2017 Santora Nonprofit Financial Seminar
October 30, 2017 Webinar: Census 2020 - Time to Act
October 24, 2017 Improving Health through Equitable Economic Development and Strategic Partnerships
October 24, 2017 Webinar – Working Together: Effective Funder Collaboration in Disaster Grantmaking
October 22, 2017 Proposals for Shakespeare in American Communities Program
October 10, 2017 2017 COMMIT! Forum: Brands Taking Stands
September 29, 2017 #GIRLBOSS Foundation Accepting Applications From Creative Entrepreneurs
September 27, 2017 Institute for Research on Innovation and Science Seeks Applications for 2018 IRIS Awards
September 21, 2017 Webinar: Innovative Solutions to Connect Health and Housing
September 18, 2017 UNITY Summit
September 07, 2017 American College of Trial Lawyers 2018 Gumpert Award
August 29, 2017 Philanthropy Delaware Launch Party
August 09, 2017 Social Enterprise to Build Community
July 26, 2017 Midwest Family Foundation Webinar | Is Your Family's Philanthropy Ready for the Future?
July 13, 2017 NCFP Series | Mission Investing: Resources and Advice for Family Philanthropy
June 28, 2017 Midwest Corporate Giving Webinar Series | Measuring Your Giving ROI
June 20, 2017 Common Outcomes: How To Standardize Nonprofit Reporting (Webinar)
June 14, 2017 2017 Media Impact Forum, hosted by Media Impact Funders
June 08, 2017 NCFP Series | Schools Out but Philanthropy Isn't: Timely Tips for Engaging Your Next Gen
June 06, 2017 Grantmaking Fundamentals Workshop 2017, presented by Association of Baltimore Area Grantmakers
June 01, 2017 Do More 24 Delaware
May 17, 2017 Midwest Family Foundation Series | Exploring Affective vs Effective Grantmaking
May 15, 2017 2017 DANA Annual Conference feat. Gov. Carney and David Grant
May 11, 2017 Balancing Family Privacy and Public Trust: Transparency in Family Philanthropy

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