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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.
Vice Presidents, Directors, and Senior Managers of:
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In partnership with Trust-Based Philanthropy Project, this
Trust-based philanthropy often raises questions around the legal implications of the practice. Is it legally sound to give unrestricted funding to an organization that does advocacy work? What are foundations legally required to document in terms of reporting and financial data from grantee partners? What does the law require from boards of trustees? Is trust-based grantmaking putting my foundation at risk in any way?
If these are questions you or your colleagues have wondered about, this webinar is for you. We’ll hear from Jean Tom, Partner at Davis Wright Tremaine LLP, as she walks us through the legal considerations of this practice and alleviates your concerns about perceived legal risks.
This webinar is free and open to anyone. We especially encourage CEOs, trustees, and CFOs to attend. Register here.
Many nonprofits begin year-end fundraising planning during the summer. But this year’s giving season could be the most unpredictable in decades. What kinds of messages will be appropriate? How can you capture attention, especially if the pandemic continues?
How can you set and reach year-end goals during this crisis?
Join the Chronicle of Philanthropy on Thursday, August 6 at 2 PM ET for the 75-minute webinar, How to Shape Your Strategy at Year’s End, to get advice from experts on how to plan months ahead when things are changing week to week.
This session qualifies for 1.25 CFRE credits.
Reserve your spot today to get a special 40% discount.
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